Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Mathematics Made Easy: For Children With Visual Impairment (Free PDF)

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In July, 1998 the Overbrook School for the Blind (USA) and The Nippon Foundation (Japan) embarked on a unique and ambitious collaborative effort to improve and expand education and employment opportunities for blind persons in Southeast Asia. The program set out to address needs of blind and low vision persons in eight (8) countries in Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam).

The program was created on the assumption that with: -collaboration at the national and regional levels, -effective use of new technologies and -active involvement of blind individuals, their organizations, teachers and parents would result in improved educational access for blind children and youth and new employment options for educated blind adults. This program, the Overbrook-Nippon Network on Educational Technology, soon became better known by its acronym ON-NET.

Section 1: Methodology of Teaching Mathematics
Section 2: Use of Abacus
Section 3: Use of Nemeth Mathematical Braille Codes
Section 4: Instructional Strategies
Section 5: Creative Mathematics

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