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If any of you have ever worked with a blind student teaching College Algebra I would appreciate your advice and tips. I am a college student who is blind. Often mathematical concepts are hard for me as they are very visual. Teachers often rely on overheads and say things like "If I take 2 away from this, and then add 2 here, we can see x will equal 6" I don't see, and that is the problem. The college I attend says they can provide me with a notetaker, but then again someone will have to read me the notes! any help will be appreciated.
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