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Commentary: Making Classroom Technology Accessible for All

Last week, the Federal government and Miami University in Ohio reached an agreement to provide access and equal opportunity to activities and classes for students with disabilities. 423 more words

Accessibility and You (Yes, You)

Although I am carting many identities with me to grad school—Afro-Latinx, low-income, LGBTQ—my disability is often the first hurdle I face when in a new environment. 982 more words


A Blind Voter’s Story

For my last birthday, my two daughters presented me with a truly awesome and thoughtful gift: a contribution to National Braille Press. In their note, they recalled the wonderful bedtime reading rituals with their dad. 618 more words

Analog Rules in a Digital World

Originally published in The Underground October 2016 edition. Edited by Nana Frimpong

As technology starts playing a bigger role in our daily lives, older and slower media are being replaced by their digital counterparts. 820 more words

Other Stuff

@BufferFestival 2016, #womenofyoutube , Visibility, and "Authenticity"

This week was diagnosed with a sincere sense of confusion when it comes to the definition of what it means to be “original” and most prominently: authentic.  956 more words


10 tips for helping students with special education needs

Innovate My School motivates teachers to think beyond traditional boundaries, lead proactively and, most importantly, stay informed.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.innovatemyschool.com

Sometimes one might think providing assistive technology is a fast solution, however one has to know how to implement it.

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20 years ago, this happened

A 4WD rolled on a gravel road in rural Western Australia and we were two good friends inside a devastating car accident. From the wreckage of the accident, only one of us walked away, but we remain lifelong friends. 208 more words