Results for ‘Jigsaw Approach’
We have found 15 results across our website for keyword ‘Jigsaw Approach’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.
- ’Jigsaw’ Learning Using 3Z Approach
Jigsaw learning, to build a bigger more complex understanding a piece at a time, like building a jigsaw. Zoom In to Zip Up then Zoom Out (3Z) and repeat.
- 9e - Parallel Processing
CVI Scotland’s Lessons Level 9e CVIs Dorsal (2), Parallel Processing
- Zoom In Zip Up Zoom Out
An approach to learning for those affected by reduced visual attention due to simultanagnostic vision.
- CVI Clusters Talk (Slides & Transcript)
Adaptation of talk given by a parent explaining how they understand the combinations of CVIs we have called CVI Clusters. Slides and transcript.
- 9d - The Sound Map
CVI Scotland’s Lessons Level 9c CVIs Dorsal (2), The Sound Map
- Gordon Dutton’s Blog (9) The ‘Baby Talk’ method of teaching language
Gordon Dutton considers the work of speech therapist Sally Ward and her ’Baby Talk’ method, and how it may be relevant to teaching language where CVI is present.
An approach to build up a better understanding of different foods, to help those with CVI learn different foods, tastes and combinations.
Approach to help a child build up a bigger understanding of a complex area like a playground.
Approach to understanding something complex, like a whole orchestra, by building understanding one element at a time.
- Posterior Cortical Atrophy
Explaining what posterior cortical atrophy is, why vision is affected and many suggestions for support and help.