302: Disabled/Neurodivergent Faculty Perspectives on Navigating Access Needs in the Classroom

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    Presenters: Tanja Aho (Professorial Lecturer, CAS-Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies), Marc Medwin (Assistant Professor, CAS-Performing Arts) & Rhonda Zimlich (Professorial Lecturer, CAS-Literature and Writing Studies Program)

    Time: 1:45 PM – 3:00 PM

    Session Description 

    Come listen and learn with disabled/neurodivergent faculty! We will share lived experiences and best practices for making classrooms accessible to faculty and students alike. We invite anyone to learn more about how to foster conversations around disability and neurodivergence in your classrooms.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Identify and analyze access barriers in classrooms
    • Evaluate access practices in the classroom
    • Create a personalized access plan for the classroom based on best practices offered in the panel

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