Future Reflections

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

Vol. 25, No. 3    Fall 2006

Barbara Cheadle, Editor

 

Read more about: Making a Difference: 2006 NFB Science Academy Best Yet!
Check out: My Triple Life as Worker, Student, and Federationist

ISSN-0883-3419

Copyright © 2006 National Federation of the Blind

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CONTENTS
                                         

Vol. 25, No. 3    Fall 2006

 

FEATURE

Success in the Math Classroom and in the World

BLIND ROLE MODELS AND HEROES

The Blind in the STEM Professions: Four Profiles

OUR KIDS

Making a Difference: 2006 NFB Science Academy Best Yet!
by Mary Jo Thorpe

Youth Slam: A 2007 STEM Leadership Academy

EDUCATION

Teaching Exploration: Correcting a Glaring Flaw in the Education of Blind Children
by Geerat J. Vermeij

Why Blind Teachers? A European Study

TRAVEL/O&M

All the World’s a Stage

PARENT POWER

Paving the Way for Friendships and Inclusion
by Barbara Cheadle and Wendy Nusbaum

Supplementing Your Child’s School Experiences
by Michael K. Meyerhoff, EdD

EARLY YEARS

Child Development and Assessment
by Alan Garrels

COLLEGE

You’re Not in Kansas Anymore, Dorothy
by Christine Brown

My Triple Life as Worker, Student, and Federationist
by Angela Howard

BRAILLE

Braille Storybook Resources

State Braille Standards for Teachers of Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired: A National Survey
by Barry B. Frieman

Braille for Sighted Students

Braille Readers Are Leaders 2006-2007 Contest

LAWS & LEGISLATION

IDEA Regulations Released
by Brandon Young


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