Each child with CVI needs an inspired approach to their education.
One in which the teacher is free to explore their pupil's strengths and abilities, not one that is beset by uninformed top down instructions, rules and tick boxes.
This remarkable lecture, advocates freeing up and empowering teachers to do what they're trained to do - to inspire their pupils, with approaches and materials that are enticing, meaningful and motivating.
The same principles also, of course, apply for children with CVI, working carefully within the bounds of their profiles of strengths and limitations.
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At CVI Scotland we are devoted to helping people understand cerebral visual impairments, and together working towards developing the understanding of this complex condition.