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Apple Expands Coding Resources: Coding Concepts Video in ASL

Readers of TDI World 49.1 may recall reading an article titled “Apple Reaches Out to Schools for Deaf and Blind”. We highlighted Apple’s newest coding curricula, “Everyone Can Code” and how it teamed with educators from the deaf and blind communities to begin teaching their students how to code.

Two white males sitting side by side facing the camera. Male on left (Tim Kettering, in blue button-down shirt with black plug earrings in both ears) signing "write". Man on his left (right in image: Will Johansson - thin shaved beard/mustache and black pull over sweater).

Now, Apple brought in more innovative resources for all students and teachers who benefit from Apple’s built-in accessibility features and learn to code. These new exciting resources include a Coding Concepts Video in American Sign Language by Deaf developers Will Johansson and Tim Kettering, software engineers at Lyft.

Additional resources for DeafBlind and blind students include:

To see all the new and exciting resources, check out Apple’s Education page.