• Lessons
    Science students show their diagrams of plant cells.
    Teachers develop lesson plans, based on state standards, with the specific needs of students who are blind or visually impaired in mind. They often present instructional materials in tactual (touchable) or audible forms.
    Depending on the individual student's needs, textbooks are provided in braille, large print, audio, or regular print. Textbook content is the same as that of a typical SC school district.
    Measuring Success
    Academic success is measured by individualized education plans developed with parents and a wide variety of educational professionals. Regular standardized testing and school data bases are also used to gauge success and determine adaptations needed.  
    Classrooms are equipped to meet the various needs of students. A map that filled the classroom floor helped students conceptualize locations in South Carolina.