The National Center for Blind Youth in Science site has resources for students, teachers and parents. NCBYS Are has a STEM Resources section for students, broken down into specific STEM areas There you can find information and links to everything from Braille periodic tables and tactile maps to talking thermometers and graphing calculators. In addition, the site provides information on several STEM programs and competitions for blind students. And in the Careers Section, students can learn more about blind professionals in the STEM fields. For teachers and parents there are articles and the latest research for working with vision-impaired students.
LearningReviews.com note: Some of the resources listed are free; others are fee-based.