Use for Student with Disabilities

Oftentimes, I encounter situations where a student with a visual impairment has difficulty seeing what a teacher is doing on the board.  Usually this child is seated at the front of the room directly in front of the board, which puts undue attention on the student.  But, there are different options to help ameliorate this situation and allow the student to escape that front row seat.

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