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Curriculum

Technology curriculums to assist TVIs to teach technology skills and to track a student’s progress as they develop technology skills.

The Curriculum section of Paths to Technology contains technology curriculums and training resources to assist teachers of the visually impaired to teach technology skills using various devices and software and to track a student’s progress as they develop technology skills.  The materials are currently organized into three categories: Curriculums and Resources, Quick Reference Guides and Checklists/Assessment. 

Please help us build the Curriculum section by sharing curriculums that you have developed or by sharing the names of curriculums that you use and enjoy.  Vendors are welcome to share information!  We would like to expand this section to also develop and include specialized information such as curricula geared for different age groups, information about what technology skills students should master in each grade, technology IEP goals and more.  Do you have something to share?  Please contact [email protected].

View materials in each of the following categories:

Attached File(s)

DOWNLOAD: Gmail Basic HTML with JAWS

Download: Bluetooth Keyboard Commands

DOWNLOAD: RBD COMMANDS
DOWNLOAD: Voiceover Gesture Commands
DOWNLOAD: List of Commands for JAWS
DOWNLOAD: LIST OF COMMANDS FOR JAWS AND BRAILLIANT
DOWNLOAD: Basic Technology Assessment Template
DOWNLOAD: Advanced JAWS assessment
DOWNLOAD: Assistive Tech Checklist for Students with Visual Impairments
DOWNLOAD: TYPING CHECKLIST
DOWNLOAD: Windows Checklist
DOWNLOAD: Assistive Tech Checklist Explained
DOWNLOAD: Braille Display with Jaws

By Diane Brauner

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