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January-February 2017  Volume 111  Number 1

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ARTICLES

Psychosocial Issues

The Social Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments

Glenda Jessup, Anita C. Bundy, Alex Broom, and Nicola Hancock

Adapting the Brief COPE for Chinese Adolescents with Visual Impairments

Wei Yuan, Li-fang Zhang, and Bing Li

Literacy

Procedural Adaptations for Use of Constant Time Delay to Teach Highly Motivating Words to Beginning Braille Readers

Sarah E. Ivy, Jennifer A. Guerra, and Deborah D. Hatton

Teachers' Experiences with Literacy Instruction for Dual-Media Students Who Use Print and Braille

Tina S. Herzberg, L. Penny Rosenblum, and Mary E. Robbins

Deafblindness

Working with Randolph-Sheppard Entrepreneurs Who Are Deafblind: A Qualitative Analysis

Earn CEEarn 1 CE!

Anne C. Hierholzer and Jacquelyn Bybee

Practice Perspectives

The Use of Music to Promote Purposeful Movement in Children with Visual Impairments

Jeremy M. Coleman

Research Report

A Theory-Based Physical Education Intervention for Adolescents with Visual Impairments

Justin A. Haegele and David L. Porretta

NEWS AND FEATURES

Editor's Page

Comment

Disasters and Disabled People: Have Any Lessons Been Learned?

Gretchen A. Good and Suzanne Phibbs

Book Review

Keys to Educational Success: Teaching Students with Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities, by Sharon Z. Sacks and Mary C. Zatta, Editors

Reviewed by Bernadette M. Kappen

Statistical Sidebar

Distribution of Scores Around the Mean and the Purpose of z-Scores

Robert Wall Emerson


News From the Field


Calendar

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