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Speech-Assisted Learning Provides Unique Braille Instruction. (English)
J. Vis. Impair. Blind. 97, No. 10, 1-14 (2003).
This article describes Speech Assisted Learning (SAL), a portable, interactive Braille learning station that combines synthesized speech, full-page paper Braille exercises, and bar-code technology. Findings from field-testing of SAL with 25 individuals with visual impairments (grades K-adult) and 12 teachers indicate students acquired new mathematical knowledge through SAL. (Contains 2 references.) (ERIC)
Classification: C93
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