Braille versus Technology
A black and white image of the symbol for Braille.In this blog from WonderBaby, the writer looks at whether Braille is outdated and if technology has now replaced the need for children to learn Braille. She plays devil’s advocate for a few paragraphs before making the case for Braille literacy. Reading, whether printed text or Braille, stimulates the brain in ways that other activities don’t. It can also provide independence and stimulate creativity as those who can read can also write.

The writer also makes the argument that technology and Braille are no longer completely separate. You only have to think of the new Braille watch and the Braille displays for iPads to know she has a good point.

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