Creating Learning Spaces With an Inclusive Mindset
Participate and share : Interactive lecture
Christopher Bugaj Caroline Haebig Karen Janowski Mike Marotta Beth Poss
Join the authors of two ISTE books as they discuss inclusive learning strategies and building makerspaces that model the universal design for learning guidelines in action.
|Audience:||Principals/head teachers, Teachers|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Topic:||Equity & inclusion|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
|Additional detail:||ISTE author presentation|
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Making an inclusive learning environment a reality takes intention, planning, and time. Little by little, day by day, educators can move the needle by designing and delivering experiences MADE for everyone. Learners participating in these experiences work to solve authentic problems by crafting, creating, and generating artifacts that also demonstrate their learning. This session outlines key strategies educators can use to develop a culture where choice is at the center of the design of the learner experience.
-Define authentic inclusion and discuss how to design experiences that support every learner. (15 min)
-Discussion of embracing small adjustments to practices to create sustainable change to the culture of one’s own practice. (15 min)
-Presenters will share strategies to empower every learner to take charge of their own learning. (15 min)
Inclusive Learning 365 (ISTE, 2021) by Christopher Bugaj, Beth Poss, Mike Marotta, Karen Janowski
The Maker Playbook (ISTE, 2021) by Caroline Haebig
Mike is a RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional and the 2017 ISTE Inclusive Learning Network Outstanding Educator. Mike is a nationally and internationally recognized presenter providing practical training to professionals interested in assistive and inclusive technology. In addition, Mike is an adjunct professor at Ramapo College of New Jersey (NJ) teaching Masters level educators in Assistive Technology and Universal Design for Learning. Mike is the Director of the Richard West Assistive Technology Advocacy Center and serves on the CAST Accessible Educational Materials Advisory Board. Mike is also the founder of EdcampAccess NJ and co-moderator of the weekly #ATchat Twitter chat.
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