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Future Reflections

The National Federation of the Blind Magazine for Parents and Teachers of Blind Children

 

Vol. 22, No. 2                                                                                          Spring/Summer 2003

Barbara Cheadle, Editor

Paul Scruggs, Leah Grinder, and Jessice Watson show off their T-shirts at the Maryland Braille Are Leaders awards ceremony.  The students were among the thirty-five winners in the 2002-2003 contest.   A complete list of winners is publiched in this issue.

    Paul Scruggs, Leah Grinder, and  Jessica Watson show off their
          T-shirts
at the Maryland Braille Readers Are Leaders awards ceremony.
            
The students were among the thirty-five winners in the 2002-2003 contest.
A complete list of the winners is published in this issue.

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Future Reflections

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Contents

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Vol. 22, No. 2                                                                                  Spring/Summer 2003

 

T-Ball Rules! Father Shares Passion for Baseball with his Blind Son

Walking Independently While Following Someone
     by Doris Willoughby and Sharon L. Monthei

Navigator
     by Sally Miller

The Courage to Dream
     by Erik Weihenmayer

Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
     by Michael K. Meyerhoff, Ed.D

The Rebirth of Our Son
     by Rhett Waldman

Promising Practices
    
Fluency: Helping Your Child Read and Understand

Teacher Recognition Letter

Clothing, Grooming, and Social Acceptability: Part 1
     by Barbara Pierce  

Growing Up and Going to Work:
     Preparing for the Workplace Begins at Home

Slate Pals

Of Jobs and Jobs
    
by Patti Gregory-Chang

Thought Provoker: Of Blind Kids and Tree Houses
    
by Robert L. Newman

Transition-to-Independence Club
    
by Sharon Maneki

Her Culinary Vision
    
by Kitty Crider

Why You Should Encourage Your Child
to Play With the Pots and Pans!
    
by Jacki Harth

Cooking Madness
    
by Carol J. Castellano

Supermarketing
    
by Carol J. Castellano

2002-2003 Braille Readers are Leaders Contest Winners

AAF Free Braille Books Program

A Touch of Understanding
    
by T. Keung Hui

Braille Is Beautiful—A Disability Awareness
Program for Sighted Children

A Review of SAL: Speech Activated Learning
    
by Robert S. Jaquiss

Braille Workshop For Parents
    
by Nancy Burns

Perspectives on Blindness: Siblings Have Their Say

My Role Model
    
by Tracey Westphal

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