Creating a Foundation for Access in Your Classroom
Course Level: 101
Est. Length: 2 Hours
Accessibility in the classroom means creating equitable experiences and resources that support all learners. We will begin the course by establishing an understanding of what equitable access is and looks like. We will explore the value of respecting the diversity that shapes your classroom. Then, we will dive into the areas where creating access is most important, paying attention to instructional, environmental, and physical/digital accessibility. We will highlight the importance of purposeful planning to promote equitable classroom activities that support academic and social-emotional growth. Upon completing this course, you will have actionable strategies to apply to your classroom practice, helping you create equitable access for all your learners.
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