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By Laura Hospitál
In this activity, students write and perform skits in which they break the lab safety rules. I have found that my students enjoy the opportunity to "break" the rules... Read more
By Laura Hospitál
A student with visual impairments chose a science experiment testing different materials as insulators.
Which material is the best insulator, cardboard,... Read more
By Laura Hospitál This science experiment by students at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired examines the affect of fricton on the distance a remote control car will run.... Read more
By Laura Hospitál This science experiment by students at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired examines how dish soap affects the way in which chocolate dissolves during a... Read more
By Charlotte Cushman In this 17-minute video, Selma Walsh describes a range of strategies that she has used to include students with visual impairments in science classes within the public... Read more
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By Laura Hospitál Science and Drama may seem like odd bedfellows yet I have found that giving students the freedom to create their own skits in science class both increases interest level for many students and helps to facilitate better comprehension of the material.
It is ironic that this blog is something that I am... read more
In this simple activity, students who are blind or visually impaired have an opportunity to display their creativity and... read more
This Tactile Astronomy section of Amazing Space features a library of selected Hubble images that can be printed in a... 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
For itinerant TVIs who are adapting chemistry for a braille student, these guidelines will be invaluable. The 20-page... read more