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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 Assignmentread more
By Antonio Causarano Abstract This paper presents and discusses the importance of children’s books with characters with disabilities in a Literacy for Special Populations graduate course. The author and instructor of the course claims that children’s literature and disabilities must become a core component of literacy courses where strategies, processes and models for reading and… Continue Reading The Social Construction of Disability in Children’s Books. Pedagogical Approachesread more