Posts Tagged 'educators'

Raising a new generation of Ability thinkers?

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A new generation of Ability Thinkers – what will it take to make lasting change?  As I ponder this thought, it is with windows open on a 70 degree night in January in St. Louis!  That is crazy and really unheard of!  Almost as crazy as a world where we can someday imagine that kids/adults with disabilities are treated no differently than those without disabilities.

What will it take to get us there as a nation and a world?

Posted by Heather Pennington Jan 31, 2013 Posted in Disability 2 Comments

Microsoft Accessibility – software and accommodations for computer users with disabilities

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In the computer assisted classroom, educators have shifted their focus from standardized educational presentations to personalized instruction that meets the needs of individual learners. Microsoft has created a 2010 Guide for Educators to help classroom teachers support learning across styles and abilities in today’s inclusive world.

Posted by Tanya Dec 09, 2010 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments