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After coma, blind student invents new way to teach math

An blind undergraduate psychology major at Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM) teamed up with a STEM tutor and a fellow undergraduate studying ecology to create a new method for teaching advanced math to students with disabilities. Read more in this article by Kai Sinclair for Science Magazine. “In 2015 they formed the Logan Project and started tailoring their teaching method—called process-driven math (PDM)—for students with other impairments, including dyslexia and dysgraphia, a learning disorder associated with impaired handwriting.”