Assistive Technology

Learn how to braille students can create maps with various geographic features!
Accessible touch typing app for students who prefer self-voicing or who use VoiceOver!
Include visually impaired students and students with multiple disabilities in your Easter Egg hunt!
Braille Tutor is a new iOS app to learn/practice braille!
Teach coding concepts with this fun hands-on coding activity!
Need image descriptions to Bookshare books? Here's how!
This article is the first in a three-part series featuring ways for students to access classroom materials at a distance.
This app is a FUN way to learn iOS gestures, listening skills and increasing auditory processing!
This entertaining audio training course with its engaging sound clips is perfect for "flip the classroom" teaching!
These egg idioms are a piece of cake!
Recruiting students to record their opinions for this student podcast!
Apply your ChromeVox skills to Google Slides!
Learn more about this free, built-in magnifier available on your iPhone!
Speak screen feature is an iOS option that will read the text on the screen out loud.
Creating customized accessible greeting cards!
This is part 1 of 3, highlighting teaching resources that can be used for instruction as well as professional development and personal learning.
Challenge: Use your cane for a day of traveling independently!
Insert a table into Google Docs with a screen reader and organize these animals into categories!
What can YOU teach with egg tactile graphics!
Check out these Tech Lessons and Strategies blog posts for spreadsheet (Tables, Charts and Graphs)
The most common approved classroom accommodations for low vision - great for new students or going to college.
Lesson to teach students who use a screen reader how to access and create "comments" when collaborating with peers.
Your opinions, suggestions and experiences are important!
Here is an easy-to-follow video tutorial created by a student to help you or your student get started with Docs using VoiceOver!
Are your students tuned in to current events? Here's a resource for you!
Here are my tips for how to come up with sample disability accommodations that are likely to be approved for an IEP, 504 Plan or Disability file.
Classrooms are evolving and the model of experts providing virtual instruction for AT, digital math and computer science to BLV students is thriving!
Check out these Tech Lessons and Strategies blog posts for Word Processing!
Use these maps to follow the current war in Ukraine.
Encourage creativity and problem-solving during free play with Code and Go Robot Mouse!
Quick video that explains interstate numbering systems!
Join this global group!
This video tutorial goes over the basics and advanced navigation commands!
Learn arctic animal fun facts while practicing JAWS commands to navigate a spreadsheet!
James interviews Jen Armbruster, an inclusive recreational and fitness coordinator and USA goal ball medalist.
Creating tech savvy JAWS users! Use the JAWS activities/information linked in this post and keep a record with the checklist!
This is a book trailer and review for the book "Access Technology for Blind and Low Vision Accessibility" by Yue-Ting Siu and Ike Presley.
How to use the free Shadow Puppet app and Shadow Puppet EDU App to create video tutorials with video, audio & images that can be viewed anywhere.
Watch this recorded webinar!
Learn all about Chromebook with the ChromeVox screen reader with this video tutorial!
Which periodic table is best for your student?
Looking for a fully accessible board game? Try out this 3D printed version of Aggravation!
Create your own CVC Wordle puzzles and strategies for making Wordle accessible!
What do YOU want to learn today?
Create tactile stickers for classmates to use to make accessible Valentine's Day cards!
Can you imagine books professionally narrated with audio descriptions and ASL interpreters?
Instantly listen to printed sheet music!
What is YOUR ideal line (width, shading and texture) for teacher-created tactile images using a PIAF or Swell machine?
Learn the work around for this issue!
Learn how to use Braille Math Editor, a recent JAWS feature, with a braille display to complete math assignments using Nemeth code.