ModuleIVvision06student%20fall%20090

ModuleIVvision06student%20fall%20090 - Things To Do Before...

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Unformatted text preview: Things To Do Before Class…. 1. Submit Assignment from last time in folder 2. Have your packet out and ready to use Agenda 1. Eye Structure and Related Terms 2. Dysfunctions 3. Screening and Spets 4. Impact and Adaptations The Eye and Visual Impairments WHY STUDY… • Visual Impairments have an impact • A child may receive but not perceive • Adaptations must fit Prevalence of Visual Impairments • of adults and children in U.S. have some vision loss • of American children have a serious eye disorder • of all children labeled with disabilities • served in public schools; residential Related Websites • www.afb.org • www.aph.org • www.nfb.org • www.allaboutvision.com/conditions • www.aoanet.org • www.kidsource.com/NICHCY/visual.org Terminology Related to Visual Reception • Nearsight or Near vision - • Farsight or Far vision - • Peripheral Vision- • Visual Acuity- Structure of the Eye (packet 118) 1. Cornea – External Covering Structure of the Eye 1. Aqueous humor – Watery fluid/behind cornea Aqueous Humor Structure of the Eye 1. Iris – muscles regulate amount of light that enters the eye Structure of the Eye...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 2000 taught by Professor Rexcooper during the Fall '09 term at E. Illinois.

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ModuleIVvision06student%20fall%20090 - Things To Do Before...

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