Future Reflections

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

Vol. 15, No. 3     Summer 1996

Barbara Cheadle, Editor

ISSN-0883-3419

Copyright © 1996 National Federation of the Blind

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CONTENTS
                                         

Vol. 15, No. 3   Summer 1996

A Teacher's Creed by Ruby Ryles

The Blind Child in the Regular Elementary Classroom by Carol Castellano

Report From the Classroom: Federationist Makes a Difference by Betty Walker

Support, Spunk Help Boy Best His Blindness by Nancy Vessell

Igniting a Spark: 1995-1996

Braille Readers are Leaders Contest Report by Barbara Cheadle

Reading Readiness and the Blind Child: A Lesson for the 90's from the 50's

Why Parents Should Learn Braille by Margaret Malinski

When Mom Learns Braille by Lois Wencil

IEP: Involving the Student is Important for a Successful Plan by Chad Pierro

Some Suggestions on How to Use Readers More Effectively by Jerry Whittle

Charles Cheadle Honored at Eagle Scout Ceremony

Deaf Student has Full Schedule at Olathe East by Suzanne Vega

Parents Attend Deaf-Blind Conference in Canada

What's a Calendar Box? by Pam Schachter

Technical Toys for Blind Children and Blind Parents

Computer Games by Curtis Chong

Almost One Hundred and One Ways to Decorate Your Cane by Cortney Osolinski

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

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