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Supporting Young Braille Readers in Developing Graphics Literacy Survey

Taking a deeper look at graphic literacy for young braille students!

**Update 3/23/22**

Editor’s Note: Calling all TSVIs working with preschool and elementary education students who are/will be braille readers! Tina and Penny are excited by the response they have received so far to the survey that examines TSVIs experience with PreK-5th grade pre-braille/braille readers in regards to graphics literacy. They would like to get a wide cross-sections of TSVIs in teh U.S. and its territories to take the survey. Please let YOUR voice be heard and participate in the survey!


Penny Rosenblum and Tina Herzberg are conducting a research project to explore how teachers of students with visual impairments (TSVIs) support their Pre-K to 5th grade students who are braille readers in developing graphics literacy skills. 

TSVIs who meet the following criteria are invited to participate in the accessible, online survey:

Elementary Graphics Flier

In return for participation, we are offering participants the chance to win one of three $25.00 Amazon gift cards. 

If you would like to participate, please go to the Graphics Literacy Survey link

If you have any questions about this study, please feel free to contact Tina. Thank you for your time and consideration!

Tina S. Herzberg, Ph.D.
Professor and Coordinator of Special Education – Visual Impairment Program
USC Upstate; School of Education, Human Performance, and Health; HEC 3039
800 University Way
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Office: 864-503-5572
Fax: 864-503-5574
[email protected]

Visit: Project INSPIRE: Increasing the STEM Potential of Individuals who Read Braille

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