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Tue Mar 11 17:28:47 UTC 2014
Sandy here are some links that might be of interest and help to you and your student.
From: Sandra Dietle <sandradietle at LaDelta.edu>
To: blindmath <blindmath at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Tue, Mar 11, 2014 10:02 am
Subject: [Blindmath] help
This is my first time to post to this list-serv as I only recently knew it
existed. I am new to the field of disabilities having been in this position a
little over a year. Here is my problem:
I have a blind student taking Math 099. He comes to my office and I read the
test to him. Today the instructor brought me a test and it's on graphs, and
axes, and slopes of lines, x & y intercepts, etc... I have no idea how to read
this test to this student!! Is this even a reasonable test for this student?
Any ideas on how I can help him?
I announced in class for a student worker to help him but nobody volunteered.
We have in our library tutors who help him with assignments but they don't have
the time to read a test to him as they are helping other students.
We have JAWS, Openbooks, and a Pearl reading solution on a computer in our
library. I was wondering if this is capable of reading tests to him?
Thanks for any assistance.
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Sandy Dietle, LPC
Director of Counseling and Disability Services
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Monroe, Louisiana 71203
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