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By Will Stark
This experiment provides a low cost solution for investigating the rate of photosynthesis for students who are blind or visually impairedI. It could also be used with... Read more
By Will Stark A fun alternative to a standard lesson about the structure of DNA is to use different types of candy to represent the different components of the DNA molecule. This... Read more
By Laura Hospitál Many thanks to Jim Allan, Accessibility Coordinator at TSBVI (and resident Space Geek) for this idea.
This is a good follow-up activity to an introduction of the solar... Read more
By Laura Hospitál
Students make their own keys describing the tactile and color surfaces of the nitrogen bases of the model (as shown in the picture on the right). Students who will not... Read more
By Laura Hospitál Ideally this activity should occur after instrution on mitosis but before instruction on meiosis. I used it as a warm-up to the lesson on Meiosis. Students should use... Read more
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By Laura Hospitál Accurately reading and interpreting tables is instrumental to understanding science content in middle school and high school. However, many students with visual impairment lag behind their sighted peers in this important skill. Why is this so and how can TVIs ensure that their students are... read more
This experiment provides a low cost solution for investigating the rate of photosynthesis for students who are blind or... read more
Many thanks to Jim Allan, Accessibility Coordinator at TSBVI (and resident Space Geek) for this idea.
This is a good follow... read more
Matthew is a high school student who is blind, and he and his sighted friend have have invented a system which enables... read more
People have been weighing objects forever, but it was the Greek people who first tried to figure out what... read more