Many students have difficulty writing with ballpoint pens, preferring pencils or pens with more friction in contact with the paper, such as mechanical pencils. Use graph paper for math or turn lined paper sideways to help with lining up columns of numbers. Encourage primary students to use paper with raised lines to keep writing on the line. require colour themes or colour contrast modifications, they should access the public demonstration site tests to identify the colour theme they are familiar with and use every day in the classroom, or whether tests printed on coloured paper are still required. Students who require braille are able to access hard copy braille tests.
May 25, 2017 · Use captions. All students benefit from captions and especially those who are Deaf or hearing-impaired, plus those with English as a second language. To cater for these students it is important to use only captioned multimedia such as TV, online video and DVDs. Captions provide vital access to multimedia content.