Teaching Efficient Hand Movements in Braille Reading. Diane P. Wormsley, Ph. D. Brenda Brodie Endowed Professor North Carolina Central University February 22, 2008. Learner Objectives. Identify the most efficient method of moving the hands in reading braille
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Diane P. Wormsley, Ph. D.
Brenda Brodie Endowed Professor
North Carolina Central University
February 22, 2008
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Would this hold for braille reading?
(*examples from Weaver, C., 2002, 91-98)
Video demonstrating various hand movement patterns and hand movement characteristics.