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Accessible instruction is every educator’s responsibility

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What did your students do today? Read a textbook or a chapter? Take a pop quiz?

Imagine you are given a reading assignment or told to take out a blank sheet of paper for a quiz—but are physically unable to flip the page of a book or handle a pencil.

Every educator impacts students, but are they able to effectively reach ALL their students? Anyone working with disabled students who fails to provide accessible instruction and materials is inadvertently building barriers to learning.

Do your part to help all students learn. Take the Accessible Instruction Pledge.

PD tips courtesy of Atomic Learning



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Panel Discussion: Accessible Instruction is EVERY Educator's Responsibility

Providing accessible instructional materials to all students requires strong cross-departmental communication.Join Atomic Learning for an online panel discussion with Joy Zabala from the National Center on Instructional Materials and Gayl Bowser, Assistive Technology consultant and author, to hear discussion on:tips for engaging school leaders in understanding the importance of AIM, including the PALM toolkit from CAST.resources to share with other educators to help them impact students in their classrooms.the successes and challenges districts have experienced.If you haven't already, pledge to do your part to bring accessible instruction to all students.Thursday, October 25, 2012 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT Register now.

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Responsive Solutions

With all the talk about assessment these days, it’s even more important for teachers to be able to know how their students are doing.