Accessibility in the Virtual Classroom: Teaching, Tutoring, and Mentoring College Students with Disabilities
Posted by Temple University on November 17, 2020
Online school is hard enough for most learners! Students with developmental disabilities face increased challenges when learning in the online environment. That’s why we’re hosting a conference for faculty, staff, and families to help support their students through OwlCrowd.
OwlCrowd is Temple’s crowdfunding initiative, modeled after Kickstarter and other popular crowdfunding sites. Projects from students, faculty, or staff at the university in need of funding are featured here and are designed to give donors a way of making gifts that will have the biggest bang for their buck.
Learning online can be tough for those with developmental disabilities. Support continued education for students, their families and teachers as they seek a better online learning experience for all.
More in "Miscellaneous"
- Strike for the Common Good: Fighting for the Future of Public Education – Dec 8
- Making the Case for Recognition of Learning: Evidence from the Field to Scale Effective Practices and Policies – Dec 10
- Community Health Worker Training Program – Dec 11
Stay Current in Philly's Higher Education and Nonprofit Sector
We compile a weekly email with local events, resources, national conferences, calls for proposals, grant, volunteer and job opportunities in the higher education and nonprofit sectors.