This video resource library is a support tool for teachers, educators, community members, athletes and their families to implement instructional strategies when working with individuals who are blind or visually impaired.
To begin, we recommend watching the videos below to build your foundation for instruction prior to exploring the additional resource videos.
Universal Design for Learning Manual (PDF)
Pre-Teaching Methods Manual (PDF)
Teaching Progression Manual (PDF)
Additional skills topics including supporting videos and documents are listed below.
The skills shown in the Locomotor playlist include horizontal jump, leap, gallop, skip, hopping, and sliding.
The skills shown in the Object Control playlist include stationary dribble, striking a stationary ball, kicking, overhand throw, underhand throw and catching.
The skills shown in the Fitness playlist include modified push-up, running, full push-up, sit-up, jumping jack, jumping rope, yoga and bowling.
The skills shown in the Basketball playlist include gameplay, offensive & defensive movement, dribbling, passing and shooting.
The skills shown in the Bowling playlist include underhand roll, foot placement and steps using a sound source.
The skills shown in the Hockey playlist include gameplay, defensive movement, passing, shooting and dribbling.
The skills shown in the PE Games playlist include activities for small and large groups in elementary and secondary grades, and youth with multiple disabilities.
The skills shown in the Powerlifting playlist include deadlifts, bench presses, squats, Romanian deadlifts, military presses, and power clean.
The skills shown in the Racket Sports playlist focus on tennis, ping pong and badminton, including general gameplay, striking and receiving.
The skills shown in the Volleyball playlist include general gameplay, serving, bumping, setting and spiking.
The skills shown in the Yoga playlist include a standing, prone and seated yoga poses.
This is a placeholder for any new skills added to the website.
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