My colleague Claire Kearney-Volpe and I have recently been co-teaching
HTML and CSS to students who are visually impaired.
One of the benefits of learning coding today is the fact that it can
be done without having to install anything: using sites like JS Bin,
CodePen, and Mozilla Thimble, people can tinker with code on their web
browser, and even publish it instantly online with the click of a button.
Unfortunately, however, these sites are inaccessible to screen reader