If Braille Were Print

If Braille Were Print

If Braille Were Print–taken from the Braille Monitor 2016–an incredibly right on article about braille vs print

by Erin Jepsen

Abi Jepsen uses a BrailleNote Apex.From the Editor: This article first appeared in Future Reflections, Winter 2016. Following is the way it was introduced by Editor Deborah Kent Stein:

Erin Jepsen is a low-vision homeschooling mother of four elementary-age children, one blind, one low vision, and two sighted. She is passionate about education for all kids and about teaching Braille. She and her family live in Idaho.

Read full story here: If Braille were Print



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