Learning by doing together
When children have two or more impairments, it can be difficult to help them learn. This is because each impairment affects the other one.
Children with multiple impairments learn best by doing activities together with others in real life setting.
In a functional curriculum approach the child learns activities that are meaningful in his daily life.
Learning by doing together is a guide for children with a visual impairment and one or more additional impairments, who do not have access to formal education, to help them learn do activiteis together with their family’s and communities.
- Coen de Jong
- Marlies Raemaekers
- Alana Zambone
Year of Publication: 2002
ISBN: 90 71534 44 8
This is a Bartiméus - ICEVI publication