Perspectives are Important

With our strong visual memory and the ability to manipulate objects and see them in all their different perspectives, we can understand a wide variety of materials when we see them in any position. We have perfect visual skills.

 

Children with CVI might not have this “library” of items or a “library” of items from multiple perspectives. When we present items to students, we should remember to present newer items in consistent perspectives.

 

For this student this is the best perspective to build meaning and recognition of her daily yogurt.

yogurt container

 

 

This is not a helpful perspective to start with:

yougurt top

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