Future Reflections

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

Vol. 11, No. 4     Fall 1992

Barbara Cheadle, Editor


Copyright © 1992 National Federation of the Blind

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Vol. 11, No. 4     Fall 1992

From the Editor

The Parent's Role in Changing What it Means to be Blind by Barbara Pierce

Fun, Friends, and Fitting In

How to Make a Braille Wave by Bonnie Simons

Black Belt—White Cane by Jody Ianuzzi

Cane Travel and Young Students

All the World's a Stage for the Blind and Sighted Alike, by Jerry White
Reprinted from: Handbook for Itinerant and Resource Teachers of Blind and Visually Impaired Students by Doris M. Willoughby and Sharon L. M. Duffy

Language Development: Ideas for Young Children

Braille Bill and Beyond: A Report from South Dakota by Marjorie Kaizer, Superintendent, S.D. School for the Visually Handicapped

Braille Team Nears Diploma

Katie Goes to First Grade by Suzie Hanks

Slate-Mates: Braille Is the Medium for Youngster's Messages

Braille Storybook Resources

A Day at the Playground by Mary Ellen Thompson

Inspired Teacher

New Committee Organized for Parents of the Deaf-Blind: Open Letter and Questionnaire by Julie Hunter

Let's Talk Shop by Doug Boone

Blindness: Is History Against Us? by Kenneth Jernigan

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

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