How to use the free Hopscotch coding app to learn programming concepts and promote STEM education
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I’ve been working towards learning more about programming and coding languages outside of the classroom, because I want to stand out more when applying for jobs after college. One of my favorite ways to learn is through interactive apps, especially free ones, so I was […]
Many of my friends with vision impairment enjoy watching Marvel movies and reading Marvel comics. At first, I was confused on how they were able to read the comics until I found the Marvel Comics app a year ago. While I don’t consider myself a […]
I have a lot of friends who play video games. One of these friends started talking to me a while back about an audio-based game they were playing, and said it would be accessible to the visually impaired- read more about features that make an […]
Earlier today, I realized that I had to read a long online article before going to a lecture. This task sounded very tiring, since I had just finished a two hour exam and my eyes were already hurting from staring at a screen without a […]
It is incredibly frustrating when a visually impaired student is not able to use a calculator in the math classroom with the rest of their peers, all because there isn’t a calculator that is accessible for them. I know this from experience- in my high […]
Five iPad and Android apps that can help students with low vision access material in the science classroom.
Five news apps that are free and accessible for screen readers, magnifiers, and large print. Great for low vision users and users with print disabilities.
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