Keyboarding for Individual Achievement – Visually Limited Edition uses a fantastic synchronized combination of real-time live voice with extra large visual guidance for menus, instructions and typing lessons to allow students reach their maximum potential. In addition, when the mouse passes over a lesson choice from the main menu, a magnified window and voice provides easy identification of the lesson number. Read More
Real human speech and extra large fonts
- Easily allows the student to focus only on the learned keys.
- New keys are introduced as lessons progress.
- Speed tests do not start until your first keystroke and displays a fully graded report.
- All programs are discreet and are not openly identified as being for the dyslexic.
- An unlimited number of students may use the program.
A visually impaired student is one whose eyesight is so poor that it affects his or her educational performance. This category includes both partially sighted and blind students. These terms are defined As follows:
Blind refers to someone whose
- Visual acuity in the better eye, after best correction, is 20/200 or less, or whose
- Visual loss is so severe that, for educational purposes, vision cannot be used as a major channel of learning.
Partially sighted refers to someone whose
- Visual acuity is 20/70 or less in the better eye, after best correction, and whose vision can be used as a major channel of learning, or whose
- Vision deviates from the normal to such an extent that the student can benefit from the special educational facilities provided for partially seeing students.
WHAT THE TYPING TEACHER NEEDS TO KNOW ($99.95 Included Free with your order)
This section from the original published book, Typing for the Physically Handicapped, is included with the program.