[Blindmath] Need suggestions for High School Geometry

Munawar Bijani munawarb at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 19:47:44 CDT 2009

Yes tactile graphics will help quite a bit. Most of the theorems and stuff 
are obvious by the geometric shapes of the graphics so I think the only 
place he may have trouble is proving that one angle is a certain number 
based on some facts he's given. It shouldn't be so bad though as long as 
he's got the graphics there. Good luck!
Munawar A. Bijani
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Julian, Kate" <KJulian at bluevalleyk12.org>
To: <blindmath at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Monday, March 09, 2009 3:47 PM
Subject: [Blindmath] Need suggestions for High School Geometry

> Hello group,
> I (a resource teacher) will be supporting a student in all of his academic 
> classes next year as a sophomore and I am most concerned about geometry. 
> Math is this student's relative weakness. What suggestions can this 
> collective group provide me? I have the book ordered in Braille and have 
> ordered as many tactile friendly objects as I can find. Any and all help 
> will be welcome.
> Thanks - Kate
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