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Alternate assessment professional development materials provided by the University of North Carolina’s Allied Health Center for Literacy and Disability Studies. The page contains an alternate assessment system based on the development of learning maps, which include both traditional learning progressions and the multiple, alternate routes that students with significant intellectual...

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A collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics from the University of North Carolina's Allied Health. Each book can be speech enabled and accessed using multiple interfaces, including touch screens, the IntelliKeys with custom overlays, and 1 to 3 switches. You can also use...

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Assistive technology interventions can support access to and participation in everyday learning opportunities for children with disabilities. Using multiple formats (video, approach frameworks, text, and supplementary resources), visitors can learn about the purpose, use and potential benefits of assistive technology interventions when working with young children. This module (#5), brought...

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In this webinar Dr. Izzo presents EnvisionIT: Enhancing Transition Through Technology , a 21st century online curriculum aligned with standards and designed for grades 8-12. The curriculum teaches English and language arts, information technology literacy, college & career readiness, and financial literacy. EnvisionIT was designed with accessibility and...

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EnvisionIT is a 21st century online curriculum aligned with standards and designed for grades 8-12. The curriculum teaches English and language arts, information technology literacy, college & career readiness, and financial literacy. EnvisionIT was designed with accessibility and universal design for learning in mind and is highly customized to meet...

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Presented by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) (formerly the Sloan Consortium), this webinar explores the learning facilitation process that includes students whose disabilities are not readily apparent, but whose condition may compromise the learning process. A panel of 4 experts discussed 1) the importance of Universal Design (UD) for both...

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This qualitative study investigated the educational persistence of students with disabilities participating in a STEM eMentoring program at a two-year college. The authors examined 3 aspects of the eMentoring program: 1) use of virtual environments and social media settings; 2) development of e-mentoring relationships; and 3) examination of persistence constructs....

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This article provides an overview of the Georgia STEM Accessibility Alliance (GSAA) BreakThru project, its goals, theory of change, participant demographics and research results. The BreakThru project developed Mentoring Islands in the virtual world of Second Life, where students meet and interact...

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How students with disabilities are served by online programs is directly related to how federal and state laws are interpreted by educators and translated into policies at the school level. The authors of "When We Talk about Compliance, It's Because We Lived It": Online Educators' Roles in Supporting Students...

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Invited In: Measuring UDL in Online Learning evaluates the alignment of K-12 online learning with the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework. The report is intended as a tool to promote better understanding of online lessons and resources for parents, teachers and administrarors, s well as online developers,...

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