Teaching for Accessibility

Teaching for Accessibility introduces you to theories and practices of accessibility in teaching and learning, with a special focus on the work of disability theorist Jay Timothy Domage, author of Academic Ableism: Disability and Higher Education (University of Michigan Press, 2017). This asynchronous 5-day workshop is structured to support you in a process of active learning and reflection about accessibility in your own teaching. The goal of this workshop is not to give you a simple checklist of strategies that will guarantee that your courses are accessible to your students (as you'll learn, such a checklist doesn't exist). Instead, our goal is to show you that 'teaching for accessibilty' is an active practice and an ongoing pedagogical commitment that you cultivate in relation to your students. The facilitator will also host an optional one-hour synchronous Q&A session for those enrolled in the workshop. 

Event Information
Date(s):
-
Location (Room):
Remote Event
Audience:
Faculty
Graduate Students
Postdocs
Everyone
U-M Graduate Teacher Certificate:
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching