Future Reflections

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

Vol. 10, No. 1     Summer 2006

Barbara Cheadle, Editor

 

 

ISSN 0883-3419

Copyright © 1991 National Federation of the Blind

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National Organization of Parents of Blind Children
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(410) 659-9314, ext. 2360
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CONTENTS
                                         

Vol. 10, No. 1     Winter/Spring 1991

Table of Contents

New Orleans Convention: Where to Start
by Jerry Whittle

JOB Opportunities for the Blind: 1991 Seminar
by Lorraine Rovig

So Your Kid Wants a Computer
by Tom Balek

The Balloon Project: Giving Blind Children A Competitive Edge
by Charles J. Duveen

The Blind and Multiply Handicapped Child: Meet Jennifer Baker
by Susan Baker

PreBraille Readiness


Literature Review
*Teach Yourself to Sight Read Braille: A Workbook

*Beginning Reading/Writing for Braille or Print Users: A Teacher's Guide to the Psycholinguistic Viewpoint Strengths and Weakness of Integrated Education and Special Schools for the Blind: An International Perspective
by Else Momrak Haugann

KIDS KORNER
Strengths and Weaknesses of Integrated Education and Special Schools for the Blind: An International Perspective

by Else Monrak Haugann

*The Blind Journalist
by Beth Hatch-Alleyne

*Self-Determination of Blind Workers in Chinese Guilds
by C. Edwin Vaughn, Ph.D.

EHA is Out, IDEA is In

Education and Civil Rights: Know the Difference in the Laws and How to Use Them
by Seville Allen

Problems With Counseling the Visually Handicapped
by Fareed Haj, Ph.D.

HEAR YE! HEAR YE!

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