By Fernando A Ed Auat Cheein
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The teacher asks the class to solve the math tasks on some specific pages in the math book. A teacher`s assistant helps Lisa start the math program on her computer, and Lisa uses a joystick to navigate the marker on the screen to solve the same math tasks as the rest of the class. One by one the math tasks appear at the screen, proposing several possible answers. Lisa uses the Joystick to click on the answer she thinks is correct. Clicking on the right answer she is given points, more Disabled Pupils` Use of Assistive ICT in Norwegian Schools 33 points for more difficult math tasks, clicking on the wrong answer she is given no points.
Clicking on the right answer she is given points, more Disabled Pupils` Use of Assistive ICT in Norwegian Schools 33 points for more difficult math tasks, clicking on the wrong answer she is given no points. Lisa navigates the marker quite quickly around on the screen using the Joystick. Because she has some involuntary movements in her upper limbs it is sometimes a little bit hard for her to stop the marker exactly at the correct answer. However, most of the time she stops the marker at the correct answer, and at the end of math class she has a lot of points.
Unfortunately it turns out that after this new software program has been installed Anna`s computer is no longer compatible with the web. Nevertheless, Anna embarks with great enthusiasm for the task she is given. She decides to write about the Norwegian explorer Nansen, and starts searching the web for information about him. However, to be able to read anything on the school`s computer screen she has to enlarge the font to the size of font 36. When she tries to read the enlarged text on the screen she sits with her nose almost inside the screen and reads one word at the time.
Assistive Technologies by Fernando A Ed Auat Cheein