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Meet APH Scholar Rachel Antoine

APH would like to congratulate Rachel Antoine, nominated by Ex Officio Trustee (EOT), Sergio Oliva, as one of our 2021-2022...

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Universal Design From the Start

May 20 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). As a person who identifies as blind, I am an advocate for...

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A Thank-You to Teachers

In honor of National Teacher Appreciation Week, Donna McClure Rogers shared her experiences as a former TVI and current Early...

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Preparing for Next Year – A TVI Checklist

As an itinerant TVI, the end of the school year always feels like a whirlwind with state testing, end-of-year events,...

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The Teacher as North Star

May is Teacher Appreciation Month in the U.S., but here in the museum at the American Printing House for the...

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Free National Coding Symposium for Students

Together, APH ConnectCenter and California School for the Blind (CSB) will co-host the free, virtual National Coding Symposium from Tuesday,...

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Congratulations to the ​2021 APH Scholars

Since 2003, Ex Officio Trustees (EOT’s) throughout the United States are asked to nominate someone whom they feel provides outstanding...

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Building Your Fine Arts Toolkit

We believe art is for everyone! Students and adults who are blind and visually impaired should not be denied the...

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Now Available! Step-By-Step, Second Edition

*Update 7/20/21: Step-By-Step Part 1 and Part 2 are now available for purchase.  We’re happy to announce the release of...

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Tips From an Educator for State Testing Success

Tools for a Good Foundation As with any building, a good foundation is key. Exposing students to tactile and enlarged...

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Building Your Student Testing Toolkit

Take tests with confidence using accessible tools and materials! Students who are blind or visually impaired may need access to...

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Making Standardized Tests Accessible  

What do you think of from October to April? Is it pumpkin spice, the holidays, Cyber Monday, basketball season, and...

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Celebrating Low Vision with the Light Box Story

From the Past to the Present Long ago, creative teachers of students with visual impairments (TVIs) had to make their...

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Reach & Match Multisensory Approach Supports Children with Low Vision

Most children with low vision are attracted to bright colours, tactile objects, and auditory components. A multisensory approach integrates sensory...

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Evaluating Key Skills for Students with Low Vision

Natalie Barraga once said, “The more you look, the more you see.” Her groundbreaking research decades ago revolutionized instruction and...

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