I teach pre-algebra and algebra to 8th grade students, and for the first time in my career, I have a completely blind student in one of my classes. She does not have a para or aide of any kind, although the district is working on finding one. She does read Braille, but struggles greatly with math. There is no aide of any kind to help her. She is also NOT in my co-taught integrated class because she is apparently has a good voice and enjoys choir. I am at a loss on how I will help this student. There is no assistive technology available. The only resource was an email form the TOR that all worksheets must be to her 3 days early to be converted to Braille. I do not assign homework; all of our learning is done in class through hands-on, conceptual practices. I make math very visual for all my students, so the worksheet thing will not help me. Does anyone have advice on what I can do? Thanks in advance.