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Learning and Using Print and Braille: A Study of Dual-Media Learners, Part 2 — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: This is the second part of a two-part report of a study about the instruction of children who are learning or using both braille and print simultaneously (dual media). It explores the instructional methods and curricular decisions of teaching dual media to students with low vision and reports the students' current literacy levels and reading rates and their teachers' expectations for future levels of literacy.


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