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A Primary Reading Program for Beginning Braille Readers
HILDA CATON, ED.D.Dr. Caton is assistant professor of vision impairment program, Department of Special Education, University of Louisville, and project director, Department of Educational Research, American Printing House for the Blind.
If there are deficits in this area, teachers are referred to Tactual Aids for Reading (Caton, 1974), A Tactual Road to Reading (Kurzhals & Caton
, 1973), Tactual Discrimination Worksheets (Caton, Pester & Hurko, 1974), and the kindergarten and preschool aids produced by the American Printing House
for the Blind.
, H.R. Tactual aids for reading: Guidelines for teachers.Louisville, Ky.: American Printing House
for the Blind, 1975.
Henderson, F.M.The effect of character recognition training on braille reading.Specialist in education thesis, George Peabody College
...Kurzbals, I., & Caton, H.R.
A tactual road to reading.Louisville, Ky.: American Printing House
for the Blind, 1973.Nolan
, C.Y., & Kederis, C.J. Perceptual factors in braille word recognition.American Foundation for the Blind Research Series No.20
Rex, E.J.A study of basal readers and experimental supplementary instructional materials for teaching primary reading in braille.Part II: Instructional materials for teaching reading in braille.Education of the Visually Handicapped, 1971, 3, 1-7.
Pictured here from left to right are Will Evans, Superintendent of the Kentucky School for the Blind; Hilda Caton, Coordinator of Programs for the Visually Impaired, University of Louisville; Betty Niceley, President of the National Federation of the Blind of Kentucky; Brereton Jones, Governor of Kentucky; Robbie Castleman, the State Representative who introduced House Bill 370; and Charles Allen, Legislative Chairman of the NFB of Kentucky.]
NFB Of Kentucky Tributes
In addition to influencing those on the national technology-for-the-blind scene, "Tim always had time, a positive word, and a bit of music and wit for his friends, blind and sighted alike," as Dr. Hilda Caton, Professor Emerita of the University of Louisville, noted.
Presidential Report, 7/95
Dr. Hilda Caton, who is the director of this Center, has extensive experience in dealing with educational materials for blind children.
Future Reflections, Fall '94
Hilda Caton , Director.
For older children , award-winning fiction is included like Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli and Matilda
by Roald Dahl.