AED 222 Devices and Practices

AED 222 Devices and Practices - Impairment Aides 1 Sensory...

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Impairment Aides 1 Sensory Impairment Aides Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments AED 222 University of Phoenix Online Nnenia Hill September 16, 2010 There are many students in classrooms across the United States that have sensory impairments. To give these students the opportunity to be successfully educated, there is a need to have impairment aides in the class for these students to assist with their disability. The sensory impairments that students have that cause them to need extra aide in the classroom are hearing and visual. Some aides that will help the students learn are brail, closed circuit television, hearing aids or computers assisted transcription.
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Impairment Aides 2 With students that are visually impaired, Braille is a great aide for them in the classroom and in everyday life. Braille is a series of raised that the student would run their fingers across to figure out the code of letters or numbers (NCIP Library, 1998). Having this tool, allows the student to do some of their work on their own. The main objective for the educator is to have
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course AED 222 taught by Professor Kitchens during the Fall '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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