As part of Project Infinity, a collaboration of 7 Reggio Inspired Schools, the school I work at has taken up the challenge of crafting story for and with children. This was based on the experience of Reggionarra held in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Through this study, it has opened new ways of working with children in addition to giving us a focus on stories, found all around us. I found the following website, which highlights incredible stories of incredible people. I hope that you find it inspiring and can find a way to use that inspiration in your work with children!
Blind/Sight, Conversations with the Visually Impaired, is a collection of photographs of people with vision loss, a biography of each person, a description of their vision (both in audio format as well as print), and an illustration of what they see. Created by photographer Billy Howard and illustrator Laurie Shock, whose lives and work are both collaborations, Blind/Sight premiered at the VSA Arts of Georgia gallery and the Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta