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This video, published by the Organization for Autism Research, provides guidance for college level educators that will be teaching students with Asperger's Syndrome. The variety of ways that adults present with Asperger's syndrome is discussed as well as strategies for students and educators to manage both the academic and social experience of...
Teaching Deaf Students Online, a new self-paced professional development course, can help you adapt your online courses to ensure that they are accessible and inclusive. It is now available in the free online learning library of the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC). In just two hours, gain a basic understanding of accessible...
This resource kit, created by Mount Holyoke College, provides various tools for teaching statistics in psychology to students with disabilities, including visual impairments, learning disabilities, neurodiversity and math related anxiety. In addition to articles, research, and interviews with students, the site also includes teaching tools and...
This resource, from the DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) website, is a list of products for making science activities more accessible to all students. Products include measuring devices, talking equipment, stirring and filling devices, non-slip mats, tactile image creation, magnifying devices, and more.
EquatIO is a software that allows users to create math equations, scientific formulas, and graphs. There are options to input equations using speech recognition, typing, or handwritten via a touchscreen or mouse pointer. EquatIO also has a screenshot reader to recognize math expressions in image format. Users can try EquatIO for free and can...
This handout provides information for educators on identifying and supporting students with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). The resource defines OCD, lists facts, explores common obsessions and compulsions in children and youth, examines OCD's impact on performance and learning difficulties associated with OCD, provides examples of OCD...
This web page provides videos and information on classroom activities and support strategies for students with anxiety or obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Accommodations and support strategies for directions, test-taking, reading, writing, decision making, and more are highlighted. Common signs of anxiety and OCD, the social and emotional...
The Job Accommodation Network's (JAN) Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (SOAR) system is "designed to let users explore various accommodation options for people with disabilities in work and educational settings." Users can enter in search phrases or choose from a list of popular searches. Search results can be narrowed down according to...
This resource, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, provides information on note taking as an accommodation for Deaf individuals in higher education. A document is provided, which explores the benefits of note taking, who can take notes, training opportunities, and legal aspects. 
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...