Math games and manipulatives for vision differences support math development for learners with visual needs. Hands-on experiences, such as puzzles, shapes, and objects, and audio supports, such as math talk recordings, support the development of Spatial Skills and Number Sense not just for learners with visual needs, but for all learners.
Watch how the New York Institute for Special Education uses iPads for learners with visual differences. Enlargements, voice overs, and a bluetooth-enabled braille writer allow for full access to the material.
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Learn how interactive whiteboards and video that is distributed to individual devices can support math learning for learners with visual differences. Through these technologies, students get personal and immediate access to the math content that they can look at closely and/or review on their own.
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