Inclusive Learning Network

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The Inclusive Learning Network’s primary purpose is to advance knowledge concerning specialized technology products and effective practices for enhancing opportunities for children, youth and adults with disabilities and for students who are gifted.


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    RE: Keyboarding Skills

    Thanks Jack, This will prove very helpful as we return to school online. ------------------------------ Juliet Boone Teacher F.D. Roosevelt High School ------------------------------

  • Hi Kathryn, Oh my goodness! Thank you so much for this thoughtful and detailed response. I am definitely going to follow through on the rhythm and structure you recommended for lessons. I wish you a safe and smooth start back. Cheers, Elizabeth ...

  • Hi Elizabeth, I am a middle school special education teacher and I had the exact same experiences with my own students. For some context, I teach in the resource room so my class sizes are only 11-12 students per class period. I did some of the recommendations ...

  • Hello All, I am new to ISTE Connect and so excited to now be a member! As a Learning Support Coordinator, many of the students that I serve have challenges with "attending" online class meetings and teacher-led direct instruction lessons. During Emergency ...

Announcements

  • Global Accessibility Awareness Day Virtual Fireside Chat

    Join the ISTE Inclusive Learning Network (ILN) in a celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day on Thursday, May 21st at 7 PM EDT.

    We will be hosting a virtual "fireside chat" where ILN members from around the country (in both K12 and higher education) will share their insights and lessons learned about inclusion during the COVID-19 crisis.

    Follow the link to register and get the Zoom information for this ILN event.

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  • Happy World Usability Day!

    This year's World Usability Day theme is all about Designing for the Future We Want. We believe the future must be inclusive. And Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework we can use to design for an inclusive future.

    Our Inclusive Learning Network International Committee has developed a wonderful self-serve resource including a recorded presentation from the inaugural UDL in Higher Education Digital Conference and a discussion guide for you to use on your own or with colleagues for World Usability Day.

    International Perspectives on UDL in Postsecondary Online Classrooms
    Presented by Susie L. Gronseth, Elizabeth M. Dalton, Rosa Cendros Araujo, and Lydia Ugwu

    Join the larger World Usability Day discussion on Twitter using the #WUD2019 hashtag, and join our PLN discussion using #InclusiveLN.

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