BrainWise-in-Braille Teaching ToolsPosted On: June 13, 2016
Aurora Central High school in Colorado serves a high needs population, including refugees from all over the world. The school has 300 IEP (Individualized Education Programs) students, and a small number are blind or have visual impairments. School psychologist Karyn Singley Blair is a veteran BrainWise instructor, and serves on the district’s Crisis Team and Brain Injury Response Team. She shared teaching tools they are using with the visually impaired students, including a Braille brain, a Braille Constellation of Support, and a Braille Emotions Elevator.