Technological innovation provides students with visual impairments new tools to support independent living. The significant rise in the sophistication and popularity of smartphones and tablets creates opportunities to enhance learning and increase access.

It is important for educators working with students with visual impairments to explore how new developments in software and devices can support the acquisition of critical skills.

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The Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) for students with visual impairments is designed to support the development of skills that a student might not be able to learn by visually...

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  • About the Author:

    Charles F. D. Warren is an Orientation & Mobility Specialist at The Carroll Center for the Blind in Newton, Massachusetts.