Universal Design for Learning

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This video is about Goalball, a sport for athletes who are visually impaired. Watch and listen as North Dakota Vision Services - School for the Blind (NDVS/SB) students explain how it is played and what makes it different from other sports.

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Saqib is a core Microsoft developer living in London, who lost the use of his eyes at age 7. He found inspiration in computing and is helping build Seeing AI, a research project that helps people who are visually impaired or blind to better understand who and what is around...

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Helping students to develop mouse skills can be a challenge. There are free activities online for helping children to build mouse skills. There are games and various drawing programs (see previous posting "Sites to Support Students with Special Needs" for a listing of drawing programs) that provide simple mouse practice...

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Two statistics up front: (a) only 8.5% of blind children receive enough instruction to learn braille; and (b) blind adults who do not know braille have a 97% unemployment rate. The Read Read is a Braille learning device that, simply put, teaches blind and low vision people how to read...

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Disability Feast compiled this list of cookbooks for people with disabilities. See attachment.

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Does Universal Design for Learning (UDL) exist in virtual schools? Kimberly Coy provides us this overview of the things we can consider to create robust learning environments, even online, using UDL. https://www.smore.com/vg49h-udl-in-synchronous-environments-k-8

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American Sign Language University is a fantastic resource site for American sign Language (ASL) students and teachers. Here you will find information and resources to help you learn ASL and improve your signing. Study at your own pace. The site has an easy to navigate index with popular words, and...

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This is an AAC, symbol-supported communication iPad or iPhone app to promote language development and grow communication skills, from beginning to advanced communicators. Personalize the vocabulary in the app. Choose from three vocabulary levels and 23 different grid sizes. Create and edit buttons with 20,000 symbols or use your own...

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Disneyland is a place with plenty of sensory experiences. How someone manages Disneyland with Sensory Processing Disorder is going to be determined by how they are effected. This post is written in terms of how this parent/blogger helped their child when they visited Disneyland Paris and provides potential insight into...

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The PACER center offers a wide range of publications on this page, free to download. Topics include Accessible Instructional Materials, DIY Assistive Technology, Accomodations Checklists, and inexpensive communication devices.

Some documents are available in a variety of languages.

Link: PACER Assistive Technology Publications

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