Video Description & Transcript:
  Using Braille in an Elementary Classroom

Title: [Using Braille in an Elementary Classroom]

A young boy is typing on a computer keyboard. A printer is next to the computer.

Narrator: “ ‘H’ practices his spelling words by reading them in Braille and typing them into Duxbury, a Braille translation program. He then prints the assignment on a Braille printer, which also provides a print copy for his first grade teacher.”

‘H’ takes a moment to read (in Braille) from a paper next to his computer and then continues typing. Once he completes his assignment, he is shown printing out a copy for his teacher.

[This clip is courtesy of:

National Assistive Technology Research Institute (NATRI)

Department of Special Ed. and Rehab. Counseling
University of Kentucky

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(859) 257-1325: FAX]