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Study 1 | Eliciting Requirements: Learning from teachers and pupils

A large proportion of visually impaired children in the UK are educated in mainstream schools, typically in the form of one or two learners in a class of fully sighted peers. We are interested in developing technology that can make group learning activities in mixed classrooms more inclusive of visually impaired pupils.

If you are from a mainstream school that includes visually impaired pupils, a teacher, a SENCO, or part of a support service, if you are a visually impaired or sighted pupil (or their parent), then we need your help to learn more about the experience of inclusive education. Your input will help us gain insights into how novel inclusive learning technologies should be developed
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