The arts are universal. They
can serve as a bridge to help students understand key information and
demonstrate what they’ve learned, including students with special needs. However, it
takes extra planning, flexibility, and creativity to make the arts accessible
to students with disabilities.
Hear some inspiring thoughts on how to make art inclusive for all.
I am a special education teacher who is constantly looking for ways to improve my craft both in the classroom with students and at my desk with the daunting myriad of forms. There is no doubt that educators everywhere are overwhelmed with the ever growing need to manage and evaluate data.
Innovating Worthy Projects Foundation provides financial grants for structuring, developing, or modifying special-needs children’s programs of organizations recognized as 501(c)(3) charities by the US Internal Revenue Service.
Voice Dream Reader is a full-featured document manager that expands on the capabilities of built-in text-to-speech features with options for personalization, including fully customizable colors for word and sentence highlighting, masking to display only a few lines of text at a time, and support for dyslexia-friendly fonts.