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We have found 32 results across our website for keyword ‘Facial Expressions’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Learning Emotions with CVI
    How does having CVI affect learning to recognise how other people are feeling?
  • Using Videos to Support Learning with CVI
    Videos can help learning with CVI in many ways, including to plan and prepare, review, learn what faces look like, understand facial expressions, and even learn about your own brain.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (6) Radio parenting
    Radio Parenting: By using radio language to talk about anything you know your child doesn’t see so well, you’ll be making sure that what you say can be understood better.
  • Right Temporal Lobe
    explaining how right temporal processing works
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (19) Communicating with meaning
    “when we talk about what we see, but not what the child sees, our words are empty and meaningless” Gordon Dutton’s Blog 19, how to make the world meaningful for the child with CVI.
  • Katherine’s Playground Further Suggestions
    An introduction to the CVI Pathway, helping create individualised understanding of a particular person affected by cvi
  • Pick & Mix, A-Z Labels
    Alphabetical list of the labels used to describe learning, behavioural and developmental difficulties in children with CVI, and what they mean.
  • Isaac Lidsky TED Talk
    Short, inspiring TED film featuring ’Saved By The Bell’ actor Isaac Lidsky, who lost his sight but gained his vision.
  • Nicola McDowell’s Blog 12
    In this moving blog, Nicola is very open about the difficult social challenges she faced at school, and how it made her feel.
  • Newsletter: CVI Lessons
    Newsletter about new lessons, emailed to subscribers on 24th February 2020.
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