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Posted by on Oct 05, 2021 in Paper, Resource Submission |

Reflections on a Universally Designed Rotating Note-Taker Assignment

By Emily Gravett   Teaching disability and disability studies occurs in a wide variety of ways and contexts, as it should. While I teach specific courses (e.g., Religion & Disability) that are part of my institution’s Disability Studies Minor, I also try to teach disability in my other courses, in perhaps more subtle and implicit… Continue Reading Reflections on a Universally Designed Rotating Note-Taker Assignment

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Posted by on Oct 05, 2021 in Student Paper, Student Submission |

Curricular Advocacy: An Undergraduate Perspective on Creating Degrees in Disability Studies

by Madeline Fowler Abstract Although Disability Studies is a recognized course of study at over forty institutions nationwide, the degree is not yet available at a number of universities, including my own Duke University. To study this promising field, I designed my own undergraduate degree, Disability Studies and Ethical Mental Healthcare, through Duke University’s Program… Continue Reading Curricular Advocacy: An Undergraduate Perspective on Creating Degrees in Disability Studies

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Posted by on Feb 13, 2020 in Student Paper, Student Submission |

Academic Accommodations: They Do Make a Difference

EDF 6481 521 Foundations of Educational Research Spring 2017 By Hawa Allarakhia   Introduction How is the performance of college students with learning disabilities impacted by the receipt of academic accommodations? Does it really make a difference? The short answer is yes. More and more students with disabilities are going to college these days. The… Continue Reading Academic Accommodations: They Do Make a Difference

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