Date: Thu, 26 May 2005 16:04:04 -0400

Author: cablem

Subject: Re: Student response systems/Blind Students

Post:

Have you talked to the student? He/She might have some ideas as to what
has worked in the past. Presumably, if they're taking college level
physics, they had it in high school, right? So what made it work then?

Chele


On 5/26/2005 12:28 PM, Tim Cook wrote:

>Hello everyone:
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>Here's a difficult problem. How can blind students participate in
>classes using student response systems such as PRS. And beyond that,
>even manage in a physics class at all. Does anyone have any good ideas
>or experience with this? What we have come up with so far is to hire an
>upper level undergrad to act as a notetaker/ assistant in both lecture
>and lab. Any other ideas would be appreciated.
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>Tim Cook, Ariz. State
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