The papers published on this webpage are peer reviewed papers that were presented at the 2015 SPEVI Biennial Conference, (Melbourne, VIC, Australia, 12-15 January 2015).
The papers are listed alphabetically on authors' names.
You can download each paper by clicking on the appropriate link below. Please use appropriate referencing. Published with authors' consent.
Argyropoulos, V., Chamonikolaou, S., Nikolaraizi, M., and Aineias, M.
The van Hiele Model and its implication in blind students’ understanding in geometry
Argyropoulos, Chamonikolaou, Nikolaraizi, and Aineias_The van Hiele Model and its implication in blind students’ understanding in geometry
Black, R. and Stewart, N.
BLENNZ Friday fun social skills programme
Black and Stewart_BLENNZ Friday fun social skills programme
Feelix Library story mornings: Approaching new literacies and working with families to further develop these experiences
Curtin_Feelix Library story mornings Approaching new literacies and working with families to further develop these experiences
Damsma, D., and Pagliano, P.
Supporting young children who are congenitally blind in the use of the QWERTY keyboard: What does the literature tell us?
Damsma and Pagliano_Supporting young children who are congenitally blind in the use of the QWERTY Keyboard
Sharing power, safety, and dignity of risk: A community model of O&M practice
Deverell_Sharing power, safety and dignity of risk
Accessing the Australian National Curriculum- what skills and technology do blind students need?
Doepel_Accessing the Australian National Curriculum
Supporting parents to support children with vision impairments: How flexible delivery of evidence based training can make a difference
McKee_Supporting parents to support children with vision impairments
Addressing NDIS goals: Determining vision impairment severity
Silveira_Addressing NDIS goals Determining vision impairment severity