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Let’s Camp In! 

Today we read about camping, discussed camping, and sang camp songs.  Now build your own fort and make your own...

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Study STEM with Music

Non-visual Audio-based Learning With Studytracks Recognizing the ease with which students learn song lyrics, the developers of Studytracks present standards-based...

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Getting the Most Out of Your MATT Connect

Whether you’re a parent of a child with low vision, or an adult experiencing vision loss, you may be looking...

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Welcome to the Theater, the Theater of the Absurd

“I always wanted to act,” says Ian Bray. But he never had the courage to try out for productions. It...

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Computer Science: ”It’s not just for some, It’s for everyone”

“Everyone can code.” Cheri Bortleson is the K5 STEM and Computer Science Developer for the Bellevue School District in Washington...

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Greg Stilson Joins APH Team as Head of Global Innovation

2019 was a year of momentum for APH. We announced the Helen Keller Archives would move to APH, we successfully...

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Join Us for a Workshop on CVI

Attend the DVIDB Pre-Convention Workshop and spend the day Implementing Effective Instruction for Students with Cortical Visual Impairments with Diane...

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Making Holiday Traditions Through Teaching

Thanksgiving is a time for great food, family, and fun! We’re always looking for ways to make experiences meaningful for...

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Louisville to Become a Center of US Disability History

The Museum at APH just got even cooler! We partnered with our friends at the American Foundation for the Blind...

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The “I Am” Challenge: A Positive Way to Start the New School Year

I am capable. I can do this. I won’t let what others think I can do stop me from doing...

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Tactile Skills Matrix: Helping Students Master Important Skills

Tactile literacy skills like creating and interpreting tactile graphics and recognizing braille characters and symbols can be difficult for many...

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The Tactile Graphics Image Library: Helping Students Succeed

Need a tactile map, graph, or diagram for class? Download or request one using APH’s free online Tactile Graphics Image...

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