Photograph white board notes/examples

The ability for students with disabilities to photograph whiteboards, notes, and examples in a  classroom is important as it ensures equitable access to educational materials and promotes inclusive learning environments. This practice specifically benefits students with visual impairments or print disabilities, such as dyslexia or specific learning disabilities. By allowing them to capture visual information, these students can review and study the material at their own pace, employing assistive technologies or alternative formats to access the content effectively. This accommodation fosters equal educational opportunities, empowering students with disabilities to actively engage in their coursework and achieve academic success on par with their peers.

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