When faced with a student who still has some residual vision, teachers always want to know if the student should be taught using braille, large print, or both. We have prepared this set of frequently asked questions about a reliable, … Read More »
By now, you’ve likely heard about the Kickstarter campaign that will support the creation of braille card games. Many people, though, seem confused about how the games will actually work and why there’s a need for this product. People have … Read More »
Take a listen to this interview with Casey Robertson for the highlights from the 2013 Getting in Touch with Literacy conference. Having trouble accessing the embedded player above? Click here.
Too often, teachers for the blind are faced with a problem: they need to assess their legally blind students to determine what services they need. However, the braille assessments that exist are cumbersome, biased, unreliable, or expensive. Fortunately, there is … Read More »
Most students with low vision can manage to make it through kindergarten and even first grade with little interventions because the print size is so large in every book. Once the print begins to become smaller, you may notice that … Read More »
Remarks by Casey Robertson to the 2013 National Convention of the National Federation of the Blind in Orlando, Florida. I am Casey Robertson. I am a teacher of blind students with a master’s degree from Louisiana Tech. I’m currently a … Read More »