A New Guide on Teaching Students with Disabilities
Students of all abilities and backgrounds want classrooms that are inclusive and convey respect. For those students with disabilities, the classroom setting may present certain challenges that need accommodation and consideration.
The Center for Teaching has embarked upon a theme year on Teaching, Difference, and Power as a way to explore many of the challenges educators face as they negotiate difference and inequality in their classrooms.
Graduate Teaching Fellow, Danielle Picard, has written a new guide on Teaching Students with Disabilities which is the most recent addition to the online resources produced by the CFT addressing different aspects of this year’s theme.
Read these other posts on the topic of Teaching, Difference, and Power
- NEW Guide on Increasing Inclusivity in the Classroom
- When Words Won’t Suffice
- A Reflection on Facilitating Conversations on Difference and Power
- Teaching, Difference, and Power—with Our Language
- From the CFT Director: Teaching, Difference, and Power
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