July 2003 • Volume 97 • Number 7
Essential Behavioral Qualities for Effective Leadership in Schools for Students Who Are Visually Impaired: A National Study—A. Olu Oyinlade, Marva Gellhaus, and Kebba Darboe, print edition page 389
The Interaction Between Mothers and Their Visually Impaired Infants: An Intersubjective Developmental Perspective—Gerrit Loots, Isabel Devisť and Jasmina Sermijn, print edition page 403
Spontaneous Facial Expressions in Congenitally Blind and Sighted Children Aged 8–11—Dario Galati, Barbara Sini, Susanne Schmidt, and Carla Tinti, print edition page 418
Employment Among Working-Age Members of the Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind—Steven J. La Grow, print edition page 429
Guest Editorial, print edition page 387
From the Field, print edition page 435
News, print edition page 440
Calendar, print edition page 444
“What Have You Done for Me Lately?”—Mark Richert, print edition page 448
Art Beyond Sight: A Resource Guide to Art, Creativity, and Visual Impairment
Elisabeth Salzhauer Axel and Nina Sobol Levent, Editors
Complete With 180 Pictures and Tactile Pages!
Art Education for the Blind and the American Foundation for the Blind have joined together to co-publish this one-of-a-kind resource that provides vital information on all aspects of exploring art and creativity by people who are blind or visually impaired. Developed by Art Education for the Blind, this beautiful and engaging manual is the result of an international collaboration among researchers, art educators, teachers of visually impaired students, psychologists, museum professionals, and blind and sighted art enthusiasts.
500 pp; $69.95 each
ASCII Disk: 0-89128-858-9
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Working with Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired Including Those With Additional Disabilities
Stephen A. Goodman and Stuart H. Wittenstein, Eds.
Available in Print and ASCII Formats for $49.95
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Based on proven successful techniques developed by the assessment team of the California School for the Blind, Collaborative Assessment shows how close collaboration enriches the assessment process and ensures its effectiveness, providing benefits for the student and the professional as well.
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