AED 222.Devicesandpracticesforsensoryimpairments.Week5.Day4

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Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments 1 Checkpoint: Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments A student with a sensory impairment(s) is a person who has limited vision, limited hearing, no vision (blind), no hearing (deaf), or any combination of a visual impairment and hearing impairment. Any one of these sensory impairments can directly affect a student’s educational experience. While a student with a sensory impairment may have some struggles in their academic life, there are a variety of assistant devices in which can aid the student in receiving a normal education. A student with a visual impairment may have partial vision loss, which is trouble seeing close up, far away, side vision, and maybe even partial blindness, or total vision loss, which is someone who cannot see at all except through the use of the hands. Students with a visual impairment can benefit from an assistive device. An assistive
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Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments 2 device that can be used in the classroom in conjunction with the daily lesson plans is a BrailleNote.
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course AED 222 222 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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