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Blind student in algebra

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Description:  Some good strategies to teach a blind student of above-average intelligence, both pre-algebra and algebra
Level:  Middle School (6-8)
Math topic:  Algebra
Ed. topic:  Teaching Issues/Strategies, Special Contexts, Disabled/Challenged

Original Question/Response
20 Sep 98   Blind student in algebra
21 Sep 98   Re: Blind student in algebra by Marielouise
22 Sep 98   Re: Blind student in algebra by Claudia

Public Discussion
22 Jun 00   Teaching maths to blind child by Pooja Aggarwal
22 Jun 00        Re: Teaching maths to blind child by Suzanne A.
04 Feb 01   Blind student in Chemistry and Biology by Lee Matyola
11 Jan 04   Steping back to childs play by Ron Pruitt
16 Apr 12        Re: Steping back to childs play by Mary
27 Apr 06   Teaching Algebra to a Profoundly Deaf Student by Marilyn Williams
24 Oct 09        Re: Teaching Algebra to a Profoundly Deaf Student by Josh Rappaport
07 Nov 13            Re: Re: Teaching Algebra to a Profoundly Deaf Student by cant give name law abider
24 Oct 09   Helping blind students learn pre-algebra and algebra by Josh Rappaport

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