[community] Studies / statistics regarding low-vision / blind student trajectory in STEM education
aharnum at ocadu.ca
Fri Aug 18 18:44:48 UTC 2017
I haven't read it myself, but this is a recently published book on the
topic that was being promoted at the Guelph Accessibility conference this
On 2017-08-18, 11:52 AM, "community on behalf of Hung, Jonathan"
<community-bounces at lists.idrc.ocadu.ca on behalf of jhung at ocadu.ca> wrote:
>A question came up in a meeting and I'm wondering if anyone in the
>community knows of a study or a resource for this.
>We're looking for an organization or research that studies the trajectory
>and persistence of low vision and blind students through K-12 (and
>beyond) in the area of STEM education.
>If anyone knows of any leads, please let me know.
>Incidentally, if anyone knows of related studies in STEM persistence but
>in the area of cognitive and learning differences, I'd be interested in
>that as well!
>Jonathan Hung, Inclusive Designer
>Email: jhung at ocadu.ca
>Inclusive Design Research Centre
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