Dan Gardner

  • Teachers of the visually impaired (TVI) are periodically faced with the need to procure a braille embosser to enable student development. Simply asking the procurement function, special education department, or […]

  • If you are a teacher of the visually impaired, you are likely very busy. In addition to the actual teaching time required to instruct your student, you need to plan and tailor their lessons, coordinate with the […]

  • This foundational blogpost is the first of a continuing series that will offer innovative perspectives, learning approaches, and identify assisted learning technologies that will enable the realization of the […]

  • I keep thinking about how to solve some of the huge challenges for engaging blind kids with STEM. I can see where it is totally overwhelming for parents and teacher to learn about all the options on top of all […]

  • I have written and scrapped a few different blog post ideas over the past several weeks.  I still do plan to write on a weekly basis.  My excuse is that three weeks ago I had knee surgery to repair a torn m […]

  • Thanks for commenting Will. No, I’m not looking for recognition. I’m looking for engagement at a deeper level to do more. What’s working and what’s not for blind students and professionals in STEM?

  • I just realized that it has been more than 5 years since I’ve written one of these.  So much for documenting the experience of being the new CEO of ViewPlus.  I guess I’ve just had more time to think over the p […]