To meet the needs of students and teachers in my district, I spent time researching Google Chrome Accessibility options by reading blog posts such as this one from Eric Curts’ Control Alt Achieve, attending conferences such as MassCUE and breakout sessions by Colleen Terrill, connecting with global educators such as Louise Jones and Lisa Berghoff via the Google for Education Certified Trainers Group, and exploring websites for Universal Design principles such as this page from Teaching Tolerance. As a result I created blended-model professional development workshop for educators across content-areas and grade levels. Recently, lots of teachers in my social media PLN have been talking about accessibility and I am happy to share this resource with anyone who can use it to benefit their students. The point is….we are #BetterTogether!!
See images of our “discussion” of Universal Design based on the 7 Principles of Universal Design below.