LEGAL ENGLISH (IEP) This course is designed primarily for international students (conditionally) admitted to Master’s of Laws Degree in the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. It offers incoming international students a unique opportunity to develop English language proficiency specifically for work and study in the legal profession.
Evan Davis, a student in the SUCCESS program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus, walks with his red backpack to class. A new study suggests that individuals with disabilities who participate in postsecondary programs are more likely to find work. (Emilie Eastman/Capital News Service/TNS)
Art activities are a wonderful way to work on tactile skills and fine motor development, as well as basic concepts, social skills, and language and communication. Volunteer Cecily Power and Lower School art teacher Rocky Tomascoff share ideas for art activities for children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with multiple disabilities. Try making playdough, sponge painting with textures, or bubbly finger paint!
use the bill fold method for the blind to teach low vision or LD students with good tactile skills to ID money. (for coin teach that the quarter and dime have bumpy edges and the penny and nickle have smooth and then use size to figure out which is which)