Self-Paced UEB Math/Technical Tutorial from APH

We've created the PRCVI UEB Technical Extension (UEB_TE) course for braillists and braille transcribers in British Columbia who are looking to build their UEB math/technical transcription skill set by working with an instructor via correspondence. For those who are looking for a more self-paced option, check out the UEB Math Tutorial from the American Printing House for the Blind

These free modules start with basic math operations and work up to more complex functions. Each module contains exercises for reading, writing, and proofreading and is accessible to users requiring non-visual access. The UEB Math Tutorial from APH represents another flexible option for educators to become comfortable and fluent with math/technical notation and formatting in UEB. 

About the author

Adam Wilton

I have been fortunate to learn and grow with students with visual impairments since 2007, working as a teacher of students with visual impairments (TSVI), Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist (COMS) and most recently as the Program Manager of PRCVI and ARC-BC. I completed a PhD in Special Education at the University of British Columbia in 2017 where my research focused on the administrative determinants of workloads for itinerant TSVIs.   

One of my favourite aspects of my current role is delivering outreach support to my colleagues and their students from across British Columbia. I've been fortunate to have many exciting adventures in schools and communities across the province and I hope you enjoy following along through #outreaching!

When I'm not on the road, I enjoy learning to play the violin, collecting antique books, and spending time surrounded by trees. 

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