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This webinar, made available by Internet Scout Research Group, features Rachel Bower and Luis Perez discussing how institutions can increase the accessibility of high quality materials for learners with disabilities. The presentation is geared towards all educators in order to make designing for accessibility easy to understand and implement...
This webpage, from the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, is intended for those who are new to accessibility. "This page is meant to be [an] ... entry point into the creation of accessible content with familiar tools such as Microsoft Office and Google Docs." The page focuses on five practices that can have a significant impact on...
This case study explores case-based learning strategies for active learning in bilingual classrooms with Deaf and hearing students. A five-part video series is provided. In part one, Dr. Sandi Connelly describes how she checks for understanding when teaching cases in large classes. In part two, Connelly discusses technology and digital media, and...
This case study explores the Opening the Pathway to Technician Careers Conference, which engaged biology teachers of Deaf students in 2019. The case study describes how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can be used to support a bilingual (English and American Sign Language), accessible, and inclusive professional development conference. Best...
This resource, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, provides a document and video that explore the importance of promoting high expectations for Deaf individuals' postsecondary success. The 7-page document summarizes research on strength-based approaches, postsecondary planning processes, role models, and parent/teacher roles in ...
This resource, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, provides two documents and a video that explore research on the effects of increased access to English through computer-mediated communication (CMC) on Deaf individuals' language and literacy skills. The first document is a summary of research goals, methods, findings, and...
This resource, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, provides a report and video that explore data on educational attainment in the United States for Deaf individuals. The 16-page report was created by Carrie Lou Garberoglio, Jeffrey Levi Palmer, Stephanie Cawthon, and Adam Sales. In the report, key findings, data, and a research...
This resource from TERC provides American Sign Language dictionaries for math and science topics. The following dictionaries are included: Signing Science Dictionary (SSD), Signing Science Picture Dictionary (SSPD), Signing Math Dictionary (SMD), Signing Math Picture Dictionary (SMPD), Signing Earth Science Dictionary (SESD), and Signing Life...
ASL STEM is an American Sign Language dictionary for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics terms developed by the University of Washington. Users can keyword search terms or pick from a category. Users are then linked to video submissions for the term, which are rated on a scale from one to five by the user community. The project aims...
These two videos, from the National Association of the Deaf, highlight best practices for hosting virtual conferences. In part 1, the presenters provide an introduction to Zoom, describe meetings versus webinars, and explore settings, visuals, livestreams, polls, the raise hand feature, breakout rooms, and Zoom roles. The video recording runs...