The incorporation of assistive technology into kids’ studies must be done early these days. After all, it provides the means by which they will learn and retain the means for relating to the modern classroom as well as the material discussed.
I can remember some years ago when an orientation and mobility instructor and I discussed this while on a lesson in west St. Louis County. For us who are blind or visually impaired, the learning curve in many disciplines is steep because we learn both the content and the adaptations. So, it’s no surprise that this article from Perkins E-Learning covers warm vs. cold-blooded animals at the same time as it encourages teachers to help strengthen their VI students’ skills in using Voice Over or other screen reading technology.