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.
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