Figure 1 – Brayden writing on the whiteboard
Brayden, who is 10 years old, ran a workshop for his class (with the support of his RTV) to share with them what it is like for him to access classroom activities.
He took responsibility for planning and delivering this session, choosing everyday classroom activities he wished his peers to carry out, while wearing bubble-wrap ‘glasses’. This was to simulate low vision. Continue Reading →
Close range observation of a real object
We have had a recent teaching focus on the close range exploration of real objects – specifically water creatures – with some of our low vision, primary students.
They revelled in the hands-on opportunities to learn more about a range of creatures – real fish, koura, paddle crabs and seahorses. Continue Reading →
Figure 1 Hope Knapman-Evans at “Mural Madness in New Brighton
Students from Christchurch have been involved in various ‘Social Skills’ based activities this year.
A group of students who have low vision from BLENNZ participated in the event “Mural Madness in New Brighton”.
The students designed and painted bollards to help beautify the earthquake damaged seaside suburb of New Brighton. Continue Reading →