Abby was sure to share the SMART Brailler features with her dad this weekend. It was the one last thing she wanted to do before it had to away.
|Abby and Sam unpacking the SMART Brailler a little over two weeks ago.|
|Abby using the Perkins SMART Brailler|
I really do have a bit of crush on the SMART Brailler.
Is the Smart Brailler now NEEDED by every Braile student? No. The SMART brailler is a tool. If a Braille learner doesn't have a SMART Brailler they can still learn Braille. Its a tool and a pretty cool tool at that. It can be a bridge in a classroom when the Braille professional is not in the classroom, the classroom teacher and paraprofessionals can see on the display what the student wrote. It can be a tool for students so they are aware of their mistakes as they make them (or if they are mistake free) Its another great product that can make Braille cool and fun and that can only be a wonderful thing.
Good Bye SMART Brailler I miss you already and I hope you come again soon.
Links to my other blogs in this series.
About the Perkins SMART Brailler: http://www.perkins.org/smartbrailler/
About the Backpacking SMART Brailler Event on Wonderbaby.org: http://www.wonderbaby.org/articles/backpacking-smart-brailler-event