Crispy braille blog post

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TVI, or Teachers for the Visually Impaired, face challenges as educators that are unique to braille for literacy and communication.  Students may “scrub” the dots down, making re-reading impossible or difficult, or they may show up for your tiny 30-minute time slot with fingers coated in dust from the playground or chili-cheese powder from a preferred snack.  I borrowed a verbal cue from another educator who uses positive phrases, savoring the freshly brailled page, saying, “I love the way that crispy braille feels!” I would love to keep the enthusiasm for low vision and blind learners “crispy,” so feel free to offer some comments!  This is where I will share some insights on motivation for low vision learners.



Author: cpawluk

My journey in education spans 14 years, from working in general education as a teacher and in RTI to working as a Paraprofessional in Special Education. As a TVI, or Teacher for individuals with Visual Impairment, my journey takes on a specialized goal within Special Education. Plus I like music and surfing.

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