Using Math Formulas-to-Speech, MathML Support and Graphing
This feature involves an on-screen or hardware-based support for performing mathematical operations. It can also accommodate large displays and text-to-speech capabilities.
Discussion by Disabilities
Cognitive, Language, Learning Disabilities & Low Literacy
This feature allows users with Cognitive, Language and Learning Disabilities to perform mathematical operations and calculations.
This feature enables the use of large displays and buttons in Mathematical tools to aid people with Low Vision.
Please note that these products are not necessarily endorsed by RtF, but represent the range of available options.
Related Research and Papers
- Exploring Calculator Use by Students with Mild Intellectual Disability-Yakubova, Gulnoza ; Bouck, Emily C.(2014)
- Math Disability in Children: An Overview- Bryant, Diane Pedrotty
- Beyond "Getting the Answer": Calculators Help Learning Disabled Students get the concepts- Center for Implementing Technology in Education
- Assistive Technology for Math- the Understood Team
- Instructional Design in Mathematics for Students with Learning Disabilities- Douglas Carnine
- Assistive Technologies for kids with Learning Disabilities: An Overview- Stanberry, Kristin and Raskind, Marshall H.
- Grade-Aligned Math Instruction for Secondary Students with Moderate Intellectual Disability- Diane M. Browder, Bree A. Jimenez and Katherine Trela