Planning G Suite EDU Use for Special Needs Children

How does your school or district address supporting students with disabilities, especially during remote learning? Remote learning was a sudden shock for most educators. Silence […]

Digging into data: Analyzing IEPs to be an effective teacher for students with disabilities

In my previous post, I discussed the 5 types of data that every teacher needs to collect to move their students forward. Today, I’m going […]

GoReact Achieves AA WCAG 2.0 Compliance to Broaden Accessibility for Users with Disabilities

GoReact, makers of a video-based skill-training platform used in the classroom, today announced that their software meets the AA standard of the Web Content Accessibility […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: New Book Questions Tech Assumptions

“Giving voice to the voiceless” is a familiar phrase, says Meryl Alper, author of “Giving Voice: Mobile Communication, Disability, and Inequality” (MIT Press, 2017). “It […]

Legislation Opens New Opportunities

If you’re like me, you follow education policy closely. Even if you don’t, it was pretty hard to miss the emphasis put on education this […]

How to make resources more accessible for struggling readers

I’m a huge fan of creating custom resources for student learning. We, as teachers, know exactly what our students need much better than a textbook company […]

Interactive video helps fundraisers learn best practice

A new interactive video featuring actors with disabilities reveals what it can feel like for vulnerable people when a charity fundraiser knocks on the door. […]

Empowering the Deaf community, now with the help of Eliademy

The Betty and Leonard Phillips Deaf Action Center promotes the independence of the deaf, the hard of hearing and the multi-handicapped deaf in Louisiana.  The […]

Time to Retool the IEP?

"No, you can't do that. The IEP says that they must be tested in small groups with a teacher." The teacher who said that looked […]

What is WCAG 2.0 and Why Does it Matter?

WCAG 2.0 stands for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Similar to Section 508, WCAG is the international standard for accessibility in web content created by The […]

US Justice Department demands accessible educational technology

Posted by John Kleeman The US Justice Department made an important intervention last week, that could tip the balance in making educational technology more accessible […]

Art Shape, welcome to Eliademy

Art Shape is a non-profit organisation that runs a countywide programme of arts courses and projects with a specific focus on disability issues and social […]

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