DAD will allow students, as a team, to create descriptions for images which may either be selected by the teacher, generally an educational image related to the lesson plan, or sets of images suggested by the DAD platform. DAD promises outstanding results when utilized in a diverse classroom. Instead of the teacher needing to fully describe images for blind or visually impaired, sighted children will work with the visually impaired child to develop comprehensive descriptions; both will be exposed to vocabulary acquisition while developing collaborative creation skills. This web-based tool will allow the teacher to monitor, read, and correct students' work in real time.
The platform facilitates interaction between sighted and visually impaired students.
DAD would help disadvantaged readers work with other stronger students.
DAD enables students to socialize with peers while enhancing vocabulary skills.
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