Indian students develop slate for blind kids
Usually blind students depend on others to learn Braille. Now four engineering students from Karnataka have developed a slate for learning English with Braille.
This is so that blind students can learn English faster. The slate has reduced the problems students face while learning.
Usually, blind students use a slate and stylus to read and write. To help them use the slate and stylus, teachers make use of a plywood board with six holes, on which small balls are placed, and make them practice regularly.
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