Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Sep 11, 2012
Students with visual impairments need many opportunities to learn how to read nonverbal gestures and tone of voice of peers and adults. This lesson emphasizes the importance of different sensory-learning channels in communication. While learning about interpreting nonverbal gestures and tones of voice, students will build a new understanding about the use of role-play and verbal descriptions. Creative Developer:
Title: Feeling Confused School: Borger Independent School District (Texas) Year: 2012 Length: 3.00 minutes Grade Level: 6th—8th Creative Developer: Jill Babcock, Certified Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (CTVI)
In May 2012, The Texas Advisory Committee for the Education of Students with Visual Impairments offered teachers, parents, and students with visual impairments across the United States and Canada an opportunity to submit a short video on the theme, "Social Skills: Lessons for the Real World." The contest provided a perfect opportunity to highlight a favorite lesson to teach social skills at home, school, or in the community.
We are pleased to say the Described Caption Media Program (DCMP) partnered with The Texas Advisory Committee for the Education of Students with Visual Impairments to provide captions and description for each video.