Beyond Accommodations: Creating Inclusive and Accessible Higher Education Classrooms-CLE1354
An estimated 50 million people have disabilities in the U.S. today. Disabilities may be temporary, relapsing or remitting, or long-term. Disabilities are complex; they may be a source of stigma or shame and may also be a cherished part of a person’s identity and the basis for meaningful community. The focus of this workshop is creating inclusive and accessible higher education classrooms—beyond accommodation—for a range of students with and without disabilities.
Topics in this workshop include:
- Framing Access: Theoretical perspectives related to teaching students with disabilities
- Access in Context: Disability Rights Movements and Higher Education
- Accessibility Services at Cuyahoga Community College
- Strategies for Creating Accessible Learning Environments
Helen Sullivan, Student Accessibility Services Adviser
Crystal Hester, Digital Instructional Accessibility Specialist
Casey Brown, Senior Instructional Designer
On Demand. Please register in TEC.
Monday, June 26Virtual Event