Braille Instruction is arguably, the most important part of any Visually Limited program. However, it is also the most often neglected aspect of a student's curriculum.
Braille can be challenging to teach because of the time and practice that are required from both teacher and student. Many vision teachers have large caseloads at many different schools and struggle to find the time to effectively work with a new braille learner.
At Evision Academy, we believe that basic braille knowledge is a fundamental part of what should be introduced to a visually impaired student.
We use basic distance learning processes and a district paraprofessional to assist while we conduct lessons that teach Literary Braille Grades 1 and 2.
While Braille instruction is included in the Braille Learner track, it may be added to the Low Vision Track.
Please speak to your Evision Associate for more details.