The earlier one learns to read and write braille, the more likely that mastery is achieved. Strong braille skills in STEM-related codes enable blind persons to examine, analyze, and solve problems independently and effectively. Solving problems manually helps to create a foundation of STEM understanding that can subsequently be leveraged with the aid of computers. Introducing computers too early can inhibit core understanding. Blind persons interested in STEM fields should be able to benefit from computer applications like others do, but STEM reasoning should first be taught with mental and manual methods for the best longterm success.
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