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CCTV to support visual literacy

July 17, 2012 by blennzict | 3 Comments

Using a CCTV Josiah, aged 6, is able to see the details in the pictures more easily.

The magnification function allows Josiah to zoom in and out to suit his needs.

Leanne Stubbing from BLENNZ Wellington describes how Josiah uses the CCTV to access both print and visual information in the classroom.

Leanne also reflects on the development of Josiah’s visual literacy skills. Continue Reading →

Using magnification devices and environmental adaptations to access the curriculum in a primary classroom

May 12, 2012 by blennzict | 0 comments

Mitchell completing a maths worksheet under the CCTVMitchell uses a CCTV with a distance camera to access worksheets, print materials and the class taskboard.

Sue Fletcher talks about how providing a supportive, well planned environment for Mitchell has helped him to learn within a mainstream setting. Continue Reading →

Introducing CCTVs at home to support pre-reading skills

March 29, 2012 by blennzict | 0 comments

Alyssa looking at the little billy goat

4 year olds, Amy and Alyssa, have been learning to use a CCTV at home to support the development of their pre-reading skills.

Sarah Tullett (BLENNZ Resource Teacher Vision) shows us how CCTVs can be introduced from a young age to support early readers, helping them to develop visual efficiency while gaining important technology skills. Continue Reading →

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