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Apple’s New Accessible Coding Resources for Swift Playgrounds

Everything YOU need to teach Swift coding language to students with visual impairments or blindness!

Apple’s Press Release January 24, 2019:

Today, we are excited to announce new accessible coding resources. You may recall we’d announced last May we were bringing Everyone Can Code to schools serving deaf and blind students. Now we are bringing new, innovative resources to all students and teachers who can benefit from Apple’s built-in accessibility features and learn to code. Check these exciting new resources here including: 

Explore all these great new accessible coding resources here: https://www.apple.com/education/teaching-code/#accessibility

 

By Diane Brauner

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