10 tips from the National Deaf Center can help educators and institutions make sure that everyone has access to the same course content during these challenging times.
5-principle adjusted syllabus by Brandon Bayne, an associate professor of religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This was profiled here.
This checklist for teaching deaf students online helps educators meet their needs and ensures compliance with the law.
With little time for schools to adjust, many exams have become online and open-book. Brief article reviews the landscape and highlights some options within Canvas.
Slides providing recommendations to build community in online forums. Notes in the deck offer some additional details.
ISKME is hosting a twitter chat for educators on Thursday, April 16th at 12:30pm ET/9:30am PT using the hashtag #beyondtheworksheet. Join to discuss how educators are adapting to this new environment and share best practices around deeper online teaching.
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