AIM: It Takes a Team
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Juna Gjata, a remarkable young woman, is not able to read standard print materials due to a visual impairment and needs AIM to access the curriculum. In AIM: It Takes a Team, hear how a collaborative team of educators, parents, and students worked along with Juna to create a school culture where she could thrive.
Print Instructional Materials
Printed materials written and published for use in elementary and secondary school instruction, required by a SEA or LEA for use by students in classroom.View in glossary
Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM)
Print-based educational materials converted into specialized formats, related to the requirements of the IDEA statute.View in glossary
Setting the Stage
Learn more about Juna, a highly accomplished student. Hear from Juna's high school assistant headmaster about the role she played on the team.
Providing Support and Adapting Teaching Practices
Learn how a teacher of students with visual impairments, or TVI, supports Juna in reaching her academic and life goals.
Demonstrating Learning in Different Ways
Discover lessons learned from a physics teacher and a calculus teacher about using multiple means of expression gleaned from their experience of having worked with Juna.
Creating a Culture of Collaboration
Understand how collaboration with peers was essential to supporting Juna's participation and achievement.
Building Skills for College Transition
Hear from Juna about feeling well prepared to enter Harvard University.