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And when those folks used to write papers for school, they did it first on a braillewriter so they could proof it, then transferred the whole thing stopping every line to read with their fingers to a typewriter that they could not see and had to keep track of everything in their heads.
Ex: Children should have strength and dexterity in their hands and fingers before being asked to use a pencil, paper or braillewriter.
Helps students understand the relationship between the braille cell and the keys on a braillewriter.
Artifacts, photos, and electronic displays present such topics as the development of braille, the history of the braillewriter, and the history of Talking Books.
The classic Perkins Brailler® has been reimagined, retaining all the attributes that make it the most widely used braillewriter in the world.
It's been the braillewriter of choice at schools and among transcribers.