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Graphing calculator for low vision student

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From: Julie Unatin <julie.unatin@oakland.k12.mi.us>
To: Teacher2Teacher Service
Date: Sep 18, 2002 at 21:07:07
Subject: Graphing calculator for low vision student

I have a student with a visual impairment. He has been using the TI-83
calculator for a high level algebra class. He has been using the Harcourt
Brace emulator that shows the functions of what he has pressed on the
calculator but it does not show the actual calculator, so it is time-consuming
for him to manipulate it. Are you aware of any emulators, or software, that
emulate the calculator onto a computer, AND show the actual keys of the
calculator so that the student can more easily see the calculator?

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