Today’s Classroom Accessibility
What do we, as teachers, do or think when we find out that a student with a disability will be in our class? Hopefully, we celebrate the diversity that this will add to our classroom culture, but if you are unfamiliar with particular differences (hearing, vision, motor, or learning disabilities), you may be uncertain about this unknown. Here are a few thoughts to support your efforts to maintain a just and equitable classroom learning environment.
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