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Preparation in and Use of the Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics by Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: This study examined the preparation in and use of the Nemeth braille code by 135 teachers of students with visual impairments. Almost all the teachers had taken at least one course in the Nemeth code as part of their university preparation. In their current jobs, they prepared a variety of materials, primarily basic operations, word problems, tactile graphics, and fractions.


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