Dr. Susan Easterbrooks Professor, GSU Dr. Nanci Scheetz Professor, VSU. 8 Things You Need to Know about Captioned Materials. I. Captioning is a great way to get your students access to a wide array of audio and video materials.
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#9571 EXPLORING GEOMETRYUses a game show format to discuss the differences between two- and three-dimensional shapes, such as squares and cubes, triangles and pyramids, and circles and cylinders.Format: Video Internet Length: 11Grade/Interest Level: 4 - 8Company: DISNEY EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTIONSProduction Year: 2000Subject Headings:GEOMETRY
Most captioning equipment is very expensive. It is more cost-efficient to find a service vendor who will do the captioning for you.
A trained C-Print captioner types directly onto a laptop computer.
Software developed by the National Technical Institute for the Deaf condenses information into clear and concise sentences.
The student reads from the laptop computer in order to have real-time access.
The student then may receive either a printed or electronic copy of the class transcript .