Using coding software isn’t easy. But believe me, coding is possible when presented to the visually impaired in an orderly manner. Should be guided through the process with patience and hardworking,and it is realized.

I have experimented with python and the results marveled me.

name=input(“what is your name? “)

If name==(” Cosmas”)

Print(“Nice to meet you” +name)


Print(“Welcome to my world “)

That basic skill require them to practice and understand the idea. Then they can easily develop and grow on that.

Let’s all join hands so as to help these people realize what they can. Never undermine them thinking they can’t.. In fact they can do more than you can do.

ICT to the blind.

This is an area that has helped me and my clients.

Several features we normally may not make sense to the blind community. PowerPoint presentations, page designs Colors and many more make no sense.

Mostly word documents,page orientation, ease of access and detail information is all it’s worth in this area.

Audio books are preferred as an option 2 after braille. However it needs to be well organized that it allows the user to Then pages and chapters at a click of a button.which is not the case to most books.

I will share a link to an audio book it met the desired format.

The Image above is one of my first model to explain geographical facts.

That is how gabions can be used to protect the coastline from disintegration. Advantages and disadvantage and how is made.

The plasticine rubbed in a net represent the Rocks and the net is the wire. The card box represent the escarpment (the banks)

These facts is hard to explain but with the help of Audio (documentary) can enhance learning.

Maths To the blind

I couldn’t imagine them doing graph work. I didn’t imagine how I could teach reflection,rotation,plotting points on a plane.. But guess what! Its as simple as you can never imagine. Just have a right resource(tools) prepare your lesson well and present the concept in small packs. You will be amazed with the results.

Steps to teach reflection.

1.Mark your mirror line with a tread.

2.Cut out different snapped objects(square with its vertices marked in braille)

3.use one square snapped material as your original object.

4.Ask your student to check the distance of each Vertices in relation to the mirror line.

5.Guide them lay the second material so that the corresponding vertices as at the same distance from the mirror line and should be opposite to each other (across the mirror line.)

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What is Education to the blind

From my experience, education for them is the only thing that informs. Most things are learned by touching and hearing different from others who mostly learn by seeing.

Teach the blind and you will understand, love and feel great seeing for them.

I develop,modify and teach the resources for that innocent soul. I love what I do.

Cosmas Ngeno