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Exploration is More Mental than Motor: APH Tools for Visually Impaired Learners
Please join Tristan Pierce, product manager with APH, to explore ways students can make sense of the world when they cannot gather information visually or haptically. She will share information about this group of learners and information on products from APH to engage them.


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Tristan Pierce
Product Manager @American Printing House for the Blind (APH)
Tristan Pierce has 40 years of experience working in educational publishing, the last 22 years at the American Printing House for the Blind (APH). Her job as Product Manager focuses on multiple disabilities and physical education. Tristan holds a BA in Advertising and French, and an MIA in Intercultural Management. She has worked with scholar athletes from around the world; developed art activities for international children's events; and managed a toddler house in a Haitian orphanage. Tristan coached the Kentucky School for the Blind swim team for 14 years. She works part time with adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities at Day Spring Kentucky. Designing products for learners with multiple disabilities requires knowledge of many diagnostic conditions. Tristan collaborates with specialists who have education and experience in specific areas of special education. Using this team approach, Tristan has guided many products from concept to production.