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About the Curriculum Department

The Curriculum Department is the largest publisher of practitioner-created materials for the education of students who are blind, visually impaired, or deafblind.

Welcome to the Curriculum Department

Welcome to the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Curriculum Department; the single largest publisher of practitioner-created and peer-reviewed curriculum materials for the education of students who are blind, visually impaired, or deafblind. Browse our list of publications spanning topics of the ECC, O&M, Evaluations, and much more.

Image shows the curriculum department wearing funny hats for Spirit Week. Left to right: Bob Mellon, Jeanne Williamson, Debra Sewell, Gigi Franklin, Shanna Hamilton

The Curriculum Department during the TSBVI Spirit Week 2021

  • Short-Term Programs have been so excited to use Yoga for Students with Visual and Multiple Impairments. We were able to start a yoga program for all of our school year and summer classes using this book.

    Phoebe Williams Administrative Assistant to the Principal, Short-Term Programs
  • If you are a TVI and/or O&M and do not have Texas 2 STEPS, Buy it TODAY! This book should be your “go-to” for working with infants/toddlers and students with mobility/orientation needs.

    Brenda Lee Education Specialist for VI and O&M
  • The TSBVI Curriculum Department listens to the needs of the field and develops resources to meet those needs. These practical, applicable publications are used in many of the courses TTU offers.

    Dr. Rona Pogrund Texas Tech University Professor, TSVI, COMS
An image of the front cover of the 2022 curriculum publications catalog, which includes images of the following book covers: Making Evaluations Meaningful, Braille FUNdamentals, Texas 2 STEPS, Essential Tools of the Trade, Nemeth at a Glance, and Finding Wheels.
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