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Visual Arts for the Visually Impaired: Drawing with the Perkins Brailler

02/13/2017
TSBVI Educational Consultant, Scott Baltisberger demonstrates drawing techniques with the Perkins Brailler. All too often, students with visual impairments are excluded or discouraged from participation in these activities under the mistaken assumption that the lesson would be of little benefit or interest for them. This webinar will provide information on how to make learning in the visual arts accessible and meaningful. Drawing and coloring are integrated into so many activities in early elementary classrooms, enhancing and reinforcing learning in content areas.

Click the Chapters button above to view individual segments:
- Drawing: When & Why?
- Building and Reinforcing Skills
- Curriculum
- Drawing with Perkins Brailler
- Websites for Art Teachers

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Contributor: TSBVI Outreach
Views: 12
Date Added: 3 May 2017
More In: Fine Arts
Duration: 01:00:05
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