2022 Nemeth Code Curriculum Field Study
The National Federation of the Blind and Pearson have contracted with subject matter experts to develop a comprehensive Nemeth Code Curriculum.
The step-by-step Nemeth Code Curriculum is designed to teach students who are visually impaired in grades Pre-Kindergarten through second grade how to read and write the Nemeth Code. The engaging Nemeth Focused Lessons for students in grades 3 through 8 provide a fun and supportive way to learn new symbols and practice reading and writing these symbols within grade-level math problems. The user-friendly Nemeth Symbol Library provides definitions of how to write Nemeth Code symbols used in Kindergarten through Calculus. It also provides helpful hints for remembering how to read and write many of the symbols and examples in print and braille.
In the fall of 2022, we will be conducting a field study to explore the effectiveness and usability of the curriculum. Each participant will receive compensation. In addition, everyone involved in the field study will have access to the new updated curriculum materials.
If you would like to learn more about the Nemeth Code Curriculum, please review a presentation conducted at Knowbility's K-12 Access Summit. You are also welcome to download a copy of the presentation transcript and a PDF of the PowerPoint.
If you would like to view other presentations from the K-12 Access Summit, Knowbility has graciously offered to provide free access to all recordings by following these steps:
- Go to https://learning.knowbility.org
- Create an account.
- Check your email for a verification email and verify your account.
- Log into the Learning Center
- Select K12 Access Summit, which is about 3/4ths of the way down the page
- Enter the enrollment key: K12Access (Note: The textbox for the enrollment key is at the bottom of the screen)
Thank you for your interest in participating in this study. We are no longer accepting applications for this study. Please keep watch our Research page for additional opportunities.