Life Science Resource Posts

By Charlotte Cushman
Researchers Margilee Hilson, Sally Hobson, and Tiffany Wild present information about their study of science camps for students who are blind or... read more
By Laura Hospitál
From the Exceptional Science website: The Tactile Atlas of Biology includes print and contracted braille.  Diagrams are shown using raised lines of... read more
By Kate Fraser
In this audio story on Ears Underwater, learn about how a research team at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is using underwater recorders to... read more
By Charlotte Cushman
This list is shared with permission of Sara Larkin.  This is an updated version of the original online at  http://www.iowa-braille.k12.ia.us/vnews/... read more
By Accessible Science
Authors:   Jennie D. Feinstein, Virginia Commonwealth University Susan M. Bruce, Boston College Meghan Kennedy, Boston College    ... read more
By Charlotte Cushman
Sarah Hughes, who is the Deputy Headteacher at the Royal Blind School, Edinburgh, UK, has created a tactile model of the digestive system, using... read more
By abobnar
What can a student who is blind learn through watering plants? Lots! Watering can be an opportunity to count leaves, talk about the plants, squeeze... read more
By Charlotte Cushman
This webcast from Perkins School for the Blind presents general tips for making science activities accessible to students who are blind or visually... read more
By Charlotte Cushman
Teach students about dissection, anatomy, and ecosystems using natural science software with this digital frog.  In addition to being more humane,... read more
By Charlotte Cushman
Cell Zone offers biology education products that incorporate universal design for learning (UDL) to include more learners in biology. Their products... read more