Education K-12

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Developed by a Blind Rehabilitation Specialist, this report introduces a method for teaching introductory skills for using the iPhone with VoiceOver. The method emphasizes the importance of well developed problem solving strategies and orientation skills for interacting with apps.

Link: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1114771.pdf

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This study investigates the effectiveness of 3-D printing technology in producing tactile instructional materials to provide visually impaired students with full access to high quality content. Three types of 3-D printing were used in a History class with a group of 5th graders enrolled at the Seoul National School for...

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Adding to the limited research on the role of digital books in Math instruction, this study investigates preferences of students with visual impairment in selecting either a digital or a print text for learning Math. Five students enrolled in Algebra I classes at Purdue University participated in this study. Findings...

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Published in the Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness , this study discusses usability and effectiveness of an artificial intelligence Braille Tutor designed to supplement the instruction of students with visual impairments as they learned to write braille contractions. The study involved 10 students instructed by 7 teachers of students...

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This resource guide identifies a number of high-quality, useful resources to address issues of accessibility in several key areas: developing an accessibility statement, conducting an accessibility audit, procuring accessible technology, and building professional development and training resources on accessibility for your staff.

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This video - an English voice-over version of a resource in Spanish - discusses what students with disabilities should know as they transition from high school to college. Students, parents, and college personnel talk about assistive technology advocacy and awareness and provide examples of AT that can help students succeed...

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Este video tiene 3 partes. En la primera, madres de 2 estudiantes descapacitados discuten como hacer la transicion de la secondaria para la universidad; en la segunda parte, consejeros hablan sobre la importancia de un plan de transicion de tecnologia de asistencia- que TA necessita el estudiante, por que funciona...

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The Center on Technology and Disability (CTD), in partnership with the Consortium on School Networking (CoSN) are pleased to present Digital Accessibility Toolkit: What Education Leaders Need to Know.

Accessibility is essential for leveraging technology and providing educational opportunities for all students, including those with...

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Developed to supplement the Digital Accessibility Toolkit: What Education Leaders Need to Know, use this infogrphic to learn what you can do as state and local leaders, teachers, professional development coordinators, or IT coordinators to make accessibility part of the education equation.

For more information on Accessibility,...

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Presented by Dr. Susan Schatz and Dr. Mary Ann Kinsella-Meier, from the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center, Gallaudett University, this webinar is geared towards professionals working with students wearing cochlear implants. The presentation discusses considerations in educational planning for students in either general settings or schools for the deaf,...

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