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 with Diane Sheline, Independent Consultant, CTVI, CLVT.  www.strategytosee.com

Diane: When you observe your student during any activity, it might be helpful to do what I call a CVI Task Analysis.  First, determine what the task is that the student should be trying to accomplish.  This could be simply attending to a visual target or attending to targets more frequently, reaching for a visual target to complete a self-help task or completing an academic task in the classroom environment.  Then, think about each unresolved CVI characteristic for your student.  Next, figure out how you can change, modify or adapt the activity given the functioning level of your student with each CVI characteristic.