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A review of the literature into effective practice in teaching literacy through braille

A boy uses a braillewriter.

A review of the literature into effective practice in teaching literacy through braille by Steve McCall, Mike McLinden, Graeme Douglas; University of Birmingham (2011) is a piece of commissioned research that sets out to do the following:

  1. Literature review: Identify evidence-based good practice in the area of teaching literacy through braille
  2. Collation of relevant ‘braille reading schemes’
  3. Application of findings to the UK context (with a particular emphasis upon mainstream placement)
  4. Presentation of findings to maximise impact upon educational practice and teacher training

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