Fifth Graders Learn From “Eye-Opening” Experiences

RAHWAY—After reading a story about a vision impaired character, fifth grade students at Grover Cleveland School had “eye-opening” experiences.

Blindfolded, they navigated through an obstacle course, aided only by verbal directions of a partner. They then wrote about the feelings and the difficulties associated with the task. They also decoded Braille messages, and tested their monocular and binocular vision. Photo courtesy of Cleveland School

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