Teaching students in inclusive settings adapting and accommodating instruction
(Scott, 1998; Bourke, Strehorn, & Silver, 2000) When teaching a student with any disability, it is important to remember that many of the principles for inclusive design could be considered beneficial to any student.
The idea of “Universal Design” is a method of designing course materials, content, and instruction to benefit all learners.
Types of disabilities may include: Students may have disabilities that are more or less apparent.
Additionally, is an in-class written essay exam the only means of evaluating a student who has limited use of her hands?
Could an in-person or taped oral exam accomplish the same goal?
All medical information provided is kept confidential.
Only the approved accommodation arrangements are discussed with faculty and administrators on an as-needed basis.