101 on teaching children with visual impairments in PE

Hello listeners and viewers! In this special episode, we had Dr. Lauren Liberman from SUNY Brockport college to discuss how to teach students with visual impairments (VI) in a physical education setting. Dr. Lauren Lieberman is a a Distinguished Service Professor in the area of adapted physical education. Prior to graduate school, she taught at the Perkins School for the Blind in the Deafblind program for five years. In addition, Dr. Lieberman founded and currently runs Camp Abilities, a sports camp for children with VI, each summer in Brockport, NY. She has helped start fourteen Camp Abilities programs in the United States and other countries.

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