In this 4-session series, participants will compare, analyze and discuss accessibility tools and strategies for all students to access education materials in their general education classrooms. These sessions will be based on “8 Tips To Make Curriculum Content Accessible”. These classes will be structured in an interactive format with 30 minutes of content presentation followed by small group discussion and then implementation planning time. The goal is to leave with 1 or 2 practical, ready to use strategies for each session.
Do you struggle to make sure the materials you create are accessible to all your learners? Join us to learn about the latest information on AEM and specific ideas you can integrate into your current educational design. We will discuss some easy ways to make any document accessible as well as working with your district leaders to purchase an accessible curriculum. (CAST and Tips 1 and 2)
Identify 2 ways to make a document accessible to people of different abilities.
Compare and contrast tools and strategies for providing access to text for all students.
Reflect on one way you can implement a language support tool for students with hearing loss or multi-language learners.
Name one colleague you can collaborate with to create an action plan for accessibility in your district or school.