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By Charlotte Cushman Draw2Measure Protractor App is a free new application from APH (American Printing House for the Blind), which allows students to measure angles in two ways.
Students... Read more
By Laura Hospitál The Audio Description Project is an initiative of the American Council of the Blind.
It provides a wealth of information on how to access audio described video as well... Read more
By Laura Hospitál This science experiment by students at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired examines how the time of day affects energy levels.
How does time of... Read more
By Laura Hospitál This science project of a student at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired examines how different surfaces affect waves.
How do different... Read more
By Laura Hospitál The website Choose My Plate provides a wealth of resources for students, parents and teachers, related to nutrition.
Many of the activities presented can be easily... Read more
Featured Blog Post
By Laura Hospitál Hari Bhimaraju, young creator of the Elementor Periodic Table accessible app and Broadcom MASTERS winner spoke to my summer school class via Adobe Connect in a webinar type discussion.
The class was composed of students Hari's age with a focus on Sean Covey's "The 7 Habits of a Highly... read more
Researchers Margilee Hilson, Sally Hobson, and Tiffany Wild present information about their study of science camps for... read more
This section of Amazing Space features a library of selected Hubble images that can be printed in a tactile format. The... 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