IEP Goals : ECC Games for Visually Impaired Students
ObjectiveEd.com is our new company where we are building Expanded Core Curriculum games for vision impaired students, based on the student’s IEP .
The student’s advancement in mastering skills in our ECC-based games are maintained in a private secure cloud, available to the teachers in a web-based console .
If you are a O&M , press for more information on using these types of games as a tool for maximizing student outcomes, relating to their
Individual Educational Plan .
I’d like to thank Kevaleen Lara for featuring Blindfold Games on their website.
Abilities.com reaches out to people with the full spectrum of disabilities, and it enlightens and entertains with articles, contests and information on disability products, adaptive sports, assistive technologies, community heroes, inclusive recreation and more.
When I was checking out their website, I learned more information about the Hadley School for the Blind. Hadley is the largest provider of distance education for people who are blind or visually impaired worldwide, and they launched a series of free audio recordings designed to help those living with low vision maintain their indepedence. According research by the National Eye Institute, the number of Americans with low vision will grow from 2.9 million in 2010, to 5 million by 2030, as the population ages.
I’m working on some projects with the Hadley School as well, and I’ll discuss it in another blog.