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Project INSPIRE: Free Self-Paced Courses to Increase the STEM Potential of Individuals Who Read Braille

Announcement of free self-paced courses for TVIs, paraprofessionals, families and others working with braille students to practice the use of Nemeth Code within the UEB Context.
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Digitally Accessible Math Worksheets

Many math worksheets are not accessible to people who use screen readers. In this blog you'll find math worksheets that can be used by people who use screen readers, people who use keyboard only, as well as those who want braille output.
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Geometry Lesson Plans for Learners Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

These Geometry lessons are designed for middle and high school who are blind or visually impaired and include links to a repository of 3D models for TVIs to use to support student learning.
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Scripts of Mathematics Made Easy Videos

ICEVI has created scripts of the instructional math videos from the "Mathematics Made Easy" project.
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Nemeth Online Tutorial from TSBVI

A free online tutorial on the Nemeth Code is now available from Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI). Nemeth Code is used for braille math and science notations.
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TSBVI Short-Term Programs Distance Learning Classes Available Online

TSBVI Short-Term Programs Distance Learning Classes are now available for free online. Topics include Orion TI-84+ Talking Graphing Calculator, JAWS, Accessibility, Abacus, and iOS accessibility and VoiceOver.
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Mathematics Made Easy: Instructional Videos

This Mathematics Package for Teachers presents a series of instructional videos for educators and families of students with visual impairment.
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The Counting Method for the Cranmer Abacus

"The Counting Method for the Cranmer Abacus" is a new publication available from TSBVI (Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired).
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UEB Math Online

UEB Math Online is an e-learning braille course for professionals and parents who wish to learn Unified English Braille mathematics.
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Times Table to Emboss in Braille

Download and emboss this multiplication table for your braille students.
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Tactile Graph Paper Files

Download your own tactile graph paper files from Duxbury.
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Sadie Can Count

Sadie Can Count is a print and braille book for young readers, introducing counting, with embossed images.
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Tools for Teaching Math

The Exceptional Teaching website offers a wide variety of products for tactile, visual or auditory learning needs.
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Maryland's Standards for UEB

Maryland's College and Career Reading Standards for Unified English Braille: Braille, Formatting, and Tactile Graphics Checklists By Grade
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Guidance for Transcription Using the Nemeth Code within UEB Contexts

Guidelines for transcribing Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics within the context of UEB (Unified English Braille)
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UEB Technical Materials: RNIB Insight Article 3

Tips on creating technical materials in UEB (Unified English Braille)
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Tactile Caliper

Measuring device for people who are blind or visually impaired
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Accessible Equation Editor

The Accessible Equation Editor is a program that allows users who are blind or visually impaired to create math expressions within a web page.
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Describing UEB

Series of audio recordings telling about the changes from Standard English Braille to Unified English Braille (UEB)
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UEB Math vs. Nemeth

This article explores the issue of UEB Math and Nemeth and the challenges in the lack of standardization in textbooks in the United States.

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