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Timelines and processes for adapting math materials: Survey

How much time do you spend creating accessible math materials?

Editor’s Note: Providing accessible math resources is time consuming and challenging. Let’s improve this! Please participate in this worthwhile survey!

Are you an itinerant Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (TVI) who is working in the United States or its territories this fall? Do you provide services to a middle or high school student who reads braille or uses other tactual or audio media? If so, you’re invited to take part in a research study.  

Participants will complete a brief survey (about 10 minutes) and then document their timelines and processes for adapting math materials over the course of 4 to 8 weeks this fall. Participants who document at least 4 weeks of materials will receive a $25 gift card. 

To start the survey, go to Timelines and Processes for Adapting Math Materials Survey.

Please share this advertisement with any TVIs you think might be interested. 

If you have any questions, please contact one of the researchers: 

Dr. C. Rett McBride at [email protected] 

Dr. Tina Herzberg at [email protected] 

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