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CHAPTER-1

INTRODUCTION

1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

A school may be said to empower the blind or visually impaired student to


the extent that he or she is equipped with the toolsthe knowledge, skills,
motivation, and self-confidencewhich are necessary to enable him or her to
take charge and to make sound judgments and decisions based upon fact,
skill, and ability so that the student can be the best adult which he or she is
capable of becoming.
Students with visual impairments vary widely in their learning styles, abilities, and interests. A
balanced approach to literacy instruction offers a broad continuum of possibilities for meeting
individual needs. Many students learn best when the instructional balance is tipped toward the
meaning end of the continuum; others may require a heavier emphasis on skills within a
meaningful context. The balance between skill-oriented and meaning-oriented instruction may
also change for individual learners as they become more proficient in braille.

Braille FUN dementias is a comprehensive program for teaching the braille code, produced by
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI). It is a braille curriculum for students
from primary to high school levels. This program can be used with beginning braille readers, as
well as with those who need to learn braille when older due to an acquired vision loss.

1.2 AIM
The four fundamentals of empowerment are:
Knowledge
Skills
Motivation
Self-confidence.
IDP empowerment training can be the key that opens the door to the
empowerment fundamentalsindeed, to the concept of empowerment.
For many blind people, it may be their first exposure to these ideas. Opening
that door may be the key to changing their lives forever
.

1.3 OBJECTIVES
Technology in the Classroom for Students with Low Vision and Legal Blindness.
To study the basic needs of visual handicap in the term of living habitat.
To study the basic material which is necessary for the safe movement of visual
handicap.
To study the basic area and standards to design as such institute.
1.4 SCOPE & LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

SCOPE
Educate the visual handicap to make them the healthy part of socity.

Empower blind individuals to take an active role in their organizations and


their communities at large.

promoting outreach activities and public awareness

Challenges Faced by Blind People.

Introduce new ways of thinking about independent living and integration of


blind people within the broader context of their society.

Provide information on new ways of training so that organizations can


improve their delivery of services to people who are blind.

LIMITATIONS
Only visual handicap students are there.
A student with multiple disable are not allowed

1.5 DESIGN OBJECTIVES


To advance the visual handicap children by providing the education, literature.
Make the healthy part of our society which will be self independent, visual
handicap are not the burden of our society.

The Blinds School provide the education to the visual handicap students. This
type of schools organized & controlled by the National Blind Association and
funded by so many organizations & NGOs.

1.6 METHODOLOGY

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