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Mainstreaming the visually impaired child

Michael D. Orlansky

Mainstreaming the visually impaired child

blind and partially sighted students in the regular classroom

by Michael D. Orlansky

  • 189 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Teaching Resources Corp. in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blind -- Education.,
  • Public schools.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 120.

    Statementby Michael D. Orlansky ; Danial B. Fairchild, Thomas N. Fairchild, illustrators.
    SeriesMainstreaming series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV1626 .O75 1977, HV1626 .O75 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination121 p. :
    Number of Pages121
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14351082M

    The handbook on the successful mainstreaming of visually impaired students provides a description of four mainstreaming programs, a discussion of principles and practices derived from the four programs, and practical suggestions for classroom teachers who will have a visually impaired student for the first time. Part I examines four successful mainstream programs, identifies the elements of Cited by: 5. Written for parents, teachers and preschool personnel involved with visually handicapped children, the book provides an overview of mainstreaming procedures and implications. The first chapter provides a definition of mainstreaming and considers benefits' professional involvement, and resources available for parents and teachers. Diagnostic considerations and educational consequences of visual.

    This book describes the skills children with visual impairments need to move safely and efficiently. Includes sensory training, concept development, motor development, and orientation skills. It also includes suggestions for encouraging a child to move, to identify the sources of sounds, to keep track of objects, and to play successfully with.   Abdullah is also one of around two million visually impaired persons in Pakistan. One can imagine how he would have transformed himself to .

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A glossary of terms completes the by: When You Have a Visually Impaired Student in Your Classroom: A Guide for Paraeducators provides basic information about visual impairment, the learning needs of visually impaired students, and the special devices and materials they use.

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I highly recommend this special needs children's book for libraries, schools, doctors, therapists, or home. Purpose: Inclusion of children with disabilities in mainstream classrooms has become the focus of extensive research in has both academic and social benefits for all students, such as providing opportunities for communication and social interaction.

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This sourcebook contains advice for the regular classroom teacher who plans to receive a visually impaired child into his or her class. It specifically emphasizes development of positive teacher attitudes. Its style is a combination of narrative exposition and imaginary dialogue between an elementary grade teacher and her school's itinerant teacher for visually impaired by: 1.

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