In order for a technological aid to be efficient and efficacious in the educational sphere, it must increase the chances and capabilities of the pupil with a disability, and respect the user’s requirements and characteristics while avoiding forcing. Therefore it should be easy for teachers to understand and use. This is the result our research group has reached upon concluding a period of experimentation of software developed by us called BlindMath.
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