Crossing Bridges Together: Secondary Transition In the Field, A Reading Room For Educators

This page contains links to “in the field” evidence-based strategies including scenarios and exemplars to help educators refine and expand secondary transition activities and opportunities for blind/low-vision students and their families.

Accessible Assistive Technology

Accessible Touch Typing Resources

Concerns About Chromebooks for Blind/Low Vision Students

Low-Tech and No-Tech Materials from APH for Building Skills in Braille, Nemeth Code, Physical Education, and Art

Assessments

Assessing and Meeting Accessible Assistive Technology Needs

Legal Support for Expanded Core Curriculum Assessment and Instruction

Maryland-Specific Laws Controlling Braille and Orientation and Mobility Assessments and Instruction

Curricular Accessibility

Sources of Accessible Curricular Materials

Music accessibility resources

Meeting Enlarged Print Music Needs

Meeting Braille Music Needs

STEM accessibility resources

Accessible Resources for Math

Accessible Physics Resources

Accessible Chemistry Resources

Data Collection Tools For You!

Sample Goal and Data Collection Tool for JAWS Voice Assistant Commands

Sample Goal and Data Collection Tool for Word Keyboard Commands

Sample Goals for Secondary Transition Self-Advocacy

Making and Remediating Accessible Documents

Changing Font Displays in Editable Documents

Contact the Bridges Helpdesk for More Information

This unique project is being coordinated through The IMAGE Center of Maryland, a center for independent living in Towson, and it is funded by a grant from the Maryland Department of Education Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services.