Braille is a series of raised dots evenly arranged in quadrangular letter spaces or cells. The configuration of dots can be read with the fingertips by people who are vision impaired. Braille materials are provided by the Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired. For more information on Braille you can read this overview pamphlet provided by DBVI.
- Braille is unique written language the may be the most accessible option of reading and writing for students who are blind or have a significant visual impairment.
Note:(An average classroom textbook in braille usually weighs 8-10 pounds and is bound in sections for usability)
- Students who have been trained in the use of Braille.