reply to josey
Tue Oct 4, 2011 22:35

What an awesome idea Josey! I have never thought about that in the years I have worked with children with similar issues! I would be very interested to hear if it works!!!

  • Re: Response to reading-Writing - redingerj, Sat Oct 1 14:30
    Yes, the alternative pencils really got me thinking, too! My "case study child" is going to teach me the most this year! He is not deaf or hard-of-hearing, however he is so active and possibly,... more
    • reply to josey - fayk, Tue Oct 4 22:35
      • Re: reply to josey - redingerj, Sun Oct 9 13:14
        katie, i haven't gotten any braille yet, but am doing some signing with him. I usually go to my local library a few times a month and am going to check into some braille resources...
    • Re: Response to reading-Writing - beasleylm, Sun Oct 2 17:33
      That would be very interesting to know if braile would work with this student. I wonder if the magnet letters that we used to play with when we were smaller would also help him. He would be able to... more
    • Alternative Pencils - Jennifer Wherritt Ridenhour, Sun Oct 2 14:30
      My case study child is also making me analyze different types of alternative pencils. I am really reading these articles considering which ones may work best for him. I hope you find some success too!
    • Re: Reply to Josey - Stacy Durham, Sat Oct 1 21:32
      Josey, I thought about your “case study child” while I read Promoting Emergent Writing for Students With Significant Disabilities. Did you notice that in the example of an early writer’s story about... more
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