[BlindMath] Teaching Calc III to a Visually Impaired Student

Mac David chessnutmac at hotmail.com
Sun Feb 7 21:26:42 UTC 2021

Hi Dia Taha I would highly suggest a TI 84 talking calculator. To get through this class,  I also met with my instructors a lot on a regular basis. I also made sure to do all of my math exams    with my instructors. I also used a Brail writer   to work the problems out and read the information back to my instructors. I also had a notetaker in the class that was writing down printed materials off the board; I would bring those notes to the disability office, they would typeI would bring those notes to the disability office, they would type them up, and email them to me. Carbon paper was used, so that the student that the instructor selected would also already have a printed copy for them self.    Hope this helps.    Sent from my iPhone

> On Feb 7, 2021, at 3:05 PM, Diaaeldin Taha via BlindMath <blindmath at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am teaching Calc III to a visually impaired student this semester, and I
> came across your mailing list while looking around for resources.
> I was wondering if you have insights that will improve my student's
> experience. Resources on making math at that level more accessible are a
> bit too thin. :-)
> Best,
> Dia Taha
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