Future Reflections

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

Vol. 26, No. 1          Winter/Spring 2007

Barbara Cheadle, Editor


Two beneficiaries of Mr. Cutter’s training, Melissa Fernandez introduces her son Jacob Trevino to the benefits of the white cane.

ISSN-0883-3419

Copyright © 2007 National Federation of the Blind

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CONTENTS
                                         

Vol. 26, No. 1          Winter/Spring 2007

 

CONVENTION

2007 Convention Bulletin

What Can Blind People Do?

FEATURES

Some People Just Get It
by Jennifer Dunnam

More to Life Than Meets the Eye
by Deborah Kent Stein

What It Means to Walk with a White Cane
by Chris Danielsen

PARENT POWER

Parent Leadership Program
by Barbara Cheadle

EDUCATION

Converting Pail-Fillers to Fire-Lighters: The Active Learning Agenda
by Barbara Cheadle

Patterns of Behavior
by Carla McQuillan

NFB Makes MATHCOUNTS Materials Accessible

The Teaching Cane
by Mary Jo Thorpe

NLS Kids Zone

JUST FOR FUN

My First Bag of Tricks
by Anna Dresner, Review by Mary Anne Parks

IEPs

The Pop-Up IEP
by Carrie Gilmer

Transition Is Never Easy—IEP Advice to a Middle School Teacher
by Michael Gosse, PhD

Avoiding Stormy IEP Meetings
by Randy Chapman, Esq.

LAWS & LEGISTRATION

The Midas Touch
by Marc Maurer

Textbooks on Time—Federal Fact Sheet

BRAILLE

A Parent’s Guide to the Slate and Stylus (Revised 2007)
by Barbara Cheadle

Odds and Ends

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