The Freedom Scientific Student of the Month Program features K-12 students living in the U.S. who are blind or visually impaired and use Freedom Scientific technology to achieve educational goals. The Student of the Month for February 2021 is Campbell, a high school student from Tennessee.
As a home schooled student, Campbell has employed numerous devices over the years to access classwork. Until about four years ago, she used a braille notetaker and cell phone paired with a braille display.
After receiving training, she switched to a Windows computer, JAWS, and the Focus Braille Display, which gives her access to all her schoolwork in one place. “There are just so many things I can do with JAWS and the Focus now that I never was able to do with the other devices that I used.”
Campbell excels in mathematics, and is enthusiastic about calculus, statistics, and other related subjects. After high school, she plans to attend college to pursue a degree in applied mathematics. She is interested in either Epidemiology or Cyber Security as a career path.
Learn more about Campbell in this short video.
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Campbell is an exceptional human being.
Smart, ambitious, talented and so deserving of all the blessings and equal opportunities this life has to offer.She has earned this achievement through her tenacity and we should all take a lesson that we are all equal in God’s creations..My very best to you Campbell..You are awesome.
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