IEP Education : ECC Games for Visually Impaired Students
ObjectiveEd.com is our new organization where we are building Expanded Core Curriculum games for vision impaired students, based on the student’s IEP .
The child’s progression in learning skills in our ECC-based games will be maintained in a private secure cloud, accessible to the teachers in a web-based console .
If you are a Teacher of Visually Impaired Students , click for additional details on learning about these types of games as a tool for maximizing student outcomes, relating to their
RTI Intervention .
Blindfold Games at the NFB
We spent two days in Orlando – about a 4 hour drive from home in Miami – at the National Federation of the Blind annual convention.
I met dozens of fans, and found that while many people have heard of Blindfold Games, most have never tried one. I’d like to thank the several of the testers who recorded testimonials about their favorite games; your comments encouraged many people to stop and talk with us.
Several tweens and teens came by and were absolutely gushing with excitement and praise. I met one family with two tween visually impaired boys, and while I wish I recorded the entire conversation to share with you, I did record the following:
A few tween girls came by as well, equally excited to meet us, and like always, I asked them, and each and every person for more game ideas, and what else can we do better.
I spoke with a few exhibitors who expressed interest in sponsoring some of the games. If you enjoy the Blindfold Games, and you want some of the games to ad-sponsored and free, please fill out this anonymous survey.