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Normalizing Adaptive Technology in the Classroom

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This webinar looks at the shift to normalizing the use of adaptive technology in the classroom for all students, but especially for those with disabilities. We will draw upon principles of Universal Design for Learning while educating faculty about the holistic benefits of promoting and encouraging the acceptance of adaptive technology in the classroom setting. Specifically, we will aim to connect philosophy, framework, and implementation of practices focused on accessibility, inclusion, and diversity to support the learning development process of all students.

Contributors

  • Sidney Fletcher

    Sidney Fletcher has been working as the Adaptive Technology Specialist for the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services for 5+ years at the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Sidney’s passion for working in disability services comes from a belief in using his voice to serve as an advocate for creating equity and inclusion in the world. He received his Bachelor of Arts with a focus of International and Global Studies from UNC-Greensboro. Sidney is currently enrolled as a graduate student within UNCG’s M.Ed. program. In his spare time, Sidney enjoys spending time with his dog, Paige Seraphina, playing video games, and listening to music.

February 25, 2021
Thu 3:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 0M

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