The Bureau of Special Education hosted the University of Massachusetts
Transitioning to Unified English Braille (UEB)
Monday, June 22, 2015
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Sandy Smith, M.Ed., C.A.E.S. Braille Instructor for the Vision Studies Program at UMASS Boston offered the course to teachers of student with visual impairments and school personnel with a working knowledge of English Braille American Edition to transition t the new Unified English Braille Code (UEB). Unified English Braille (UEB) is the revised code adopted in the United States due to be implemented January 2016; braille forms administered in upcoming ears will need to transition to UEB. The Bureau of Special Education has established a Unified English Braille (UEB) implementation plan for instruction, assessment, and training in UEB in January 2016.
July 31, 2013 ~ Summer Summit
PowerPoint Presentation ~ UDL, AIM and AT: Complementary Supports for the Achievement of All Students
New Hampshire Accessible Educational Materials (NHAEM) Online Inventory System
The New Hampshire Accessible Educational Materials (NHAEM) Online Inventory System is now available. The NHAEM Online System was developed to allow individuals order American Printing House for the Blind (APH) materials and products purchased through the Federal Quota Program for New Hampshire blind and visually impaired students eligible under the Federal Act to Promote the Education of the Blind.
The NHAEM Online Inventory System is accessed through the NHDOE single sign on system, myNHDOE:
After creation of an account within myNHDOE, please contact Barbara Raymond for permissions to access the NHAEM Online System; Barbara.Raymond@doe.nh.gov / (603) 271-3791
New Hampshire Accessible Instructional Materials (NHAIM) Online System Manual ~ June 23, 2014
New Hampshire Accessible Instructional Materials (NHAIM) Guidelines
New Hampshire Educational Materials Order Form
New Hampshire Accessible Educations Materials Available for Loan (currently being updated)
Make Images Accessible - Make Them Speak
DCMP ~ Described and Captioned Media Programs
Accessible media are critical for students with disabilities to achieve Common Core Standards (CCSS) literacy and content goals. The accessible features (captioning and description) that DCMP adds to media are essential for students who are blind or deaf. But for other children, accessible media is also an exciting learning enhancement.
The DCMP media library has over 4,000 free-loan described and captioned media titles available to registered members, and members can watch media online or order a DVD copy to be shipped to them.
New Hampshire Talking Books Library - hwww.nh.gov/nhsl/talking_books/
NH Service Dog Community - About Service Dogs:
In the AIM Center's newest video series, you'll explore the story of a remarkable public school student from Fayette County, Georgia. Today, as a senior in high school, Bailey is a socially attuned young man engaged in learning and planning to go to college. When he entered middle school the picture was very different. Behavior issues related to autism were prominent. As the behavior issues were addressed, basic reading and written expression disabilities became evident. Learn about the supports that collectively contributed to Bailey's sustained growth and accomplishments.
This video is one in a series of five new brief videos from the AIM Center that highlight critical perspectives on strategies for success with AIM. Build your knowledge about AIM, integrate the videos into an AIM training session, share them with colleagues and families!
Videos (3-6 minutes) can be mixed and matched as desired:
* Introducing Bailey
* Gaining Independence with AIM and AT
* AIM and the 21st Century Classroom
* Creating Adaptable Classrooms for all Students
* Blending 21st Century Technology, AIM, and AT
New Hampshire Accessible Educational Materials (NHAEM)
New Hampshire Ex Officio Trustee of the American Printing House for the Blind (APH)
603-371-3740 / Mary.Lane@doe.nh.gov
New Hampshire Ex Officio Trustee Assistant
603-271-3791 / Barbara.Raymond@doe.nh.gov