4 edition of Educating the blind found in the catalog.
Educating the blind
Okechukwu C. Abosi
Bibliography: p. 100-105.
|Statement||Okechukwu C. Abosi, Emeka D. Ozoji.|
|Contributions||Ozoji, Emeka D.|
|LC Classifications||HV2165.5 .A65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||86108613|
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Educating the blind: A descriptive approach Paperback – January 1, by Okechukwu C Abosi (Author)Author: Okechukwu C Abosi. The book discusses the process of writing an individualized education plan (IEP) to set appropriate goals.
It explores ways to adapt course materials and to help the blind child gain the information that sighted children absorb from pictures. The book Legacy of the Past (Some aspects of the history of blind educa-tion, deaf education, and deaf-blind education with emphasis on the time before ) contains three chapters: Chapter 1: The development of education for blind people Chapter 2: The development of education for deaf people Chapter 3: The development of education for deaf-blind people In all pp.
An internet edition of File Size: KB. Since the s most schools for the blind have specialized in educating blind children with additional, severe disabilities. Some schools for the blind also offer short-term placement programs for students who need intensive instruction in blindness skills, outreach services to students in public school settings, and preschool or early intervention programs.
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Get this from a library. Making it work: educating the blind/visually impaired student in the regular school. [Carol Castellano]. Before any child who was deaf and blind had been educated, philosophers had long speculated that the mind of a child who was deafblind could reveal what is basic and true about human beings.
They believed that such a child deprived of sensory input and ignorant of the world would offer them insight into innate human knowledge of a higher being. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frampton, Merle Elbert, Education of the blind. Yonkers-on-Hudson, N.Y., World Book Co.
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