Find education books on RNIB shop

Post date: 
Monday, 14 September 2015
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Working with young people who have complex needs? Preparing students for exams? Want to know more about teaching strategies, find classroom equipment or raise awareness of vision impairment in your school? We have resources to help you!

 
Visit the learning section of RNIB Shop to find products, books, DVDs and assessment tools including: 
 
  • Well prepared!, a vital guide for teachers and support staff who produce curriculum and assessment materials for learners with visual impairment.
  • Hear me out, an audio CD featuring interviews with blind and partially sighted children and young people about their lives at home and school.
  • Count me in, an interactive training DVD produced by RNIB to promote good practice in the inclusion of blind and partially sighted children and young people.
  • Learning together by Mary Lee and Lindi MacWilliam describes how to create an active learning environment for children with visual impairment and multiple disabilities.
  • One of the class is a CD-rom which showcases innovative practical approaches and answers key questions for each subject, such as how to adapt learning materials, teach visual concepts and find resources. Eleven photocopiable chapters make this a valuable resource for SENCOs, subject teachers and teaching assistants working with children with sight loss, including those with additional needs.
  • And many more. 
You’ll also find products to support reading and learning such as talking calculators, Brailephun bricks and writing frames.
 
Take a look at RNIB Shop’s reading and learning section  
 
For more information please call RNIB Helpline on 0303 123 9999 or email [email protected]
 
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