November 1st Work-ference Summary

Universally Accessible Course Content Presented by Thomas Rosenberger and Abi Johnson 48 students this semester have a documented Learning Disability Nationally 17% of students with Learning Disabilities recieve accomodations Therefore it is more likely that 283 students have Learning Disabilities Proactive versus Reactive Approaches An Alphabet of Accessibility Issues Versus Saint Rose disability guide Need to think … Continue reading November 1st Work-ference Summary

November 1st Work-Ference

We are looking forward to our first Work-Ference at The College of Saint Rose on Friday November 1st! Below is a link to the conference program with abstracts of the presentation that will be taking place! We hope to see you there! Workfrence program (1)

Provisions Work-frence

Workfrence  flyer  Registration is now open for the first ever Provisions Work-frence! Please register via Eventbrite, which you can access via the QR code below, or this link.  [Please note:  Chrome is not working well with Eventbrite.  Please use the app or a different browser to register.  Apologies for the inconvenience.

March 22nd Session: Culturally Responsive Teaching

"I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn" -Albert Einstein   For our second session of the semester we will be connecting a universal design of learning with culturally responsive teaching. According to Brown University culturally responsive teaching is "... a pedagogy that recognizes the importance … Continue reading March 22nd Session: Culturally Responsive Teaching

February 19th: Session Summary

Thank you to those who attended our February 19th session!   Notes from February 19th Session Facilitator Mark Congdon Jr.- Assistant Professor of Communications Introductions Establishing rules for the first of three sessions Coming to accept that understanding personal bias and changing professional practice will not occur in one day Activities Think-Pair-Share Activity Recall an … Continue reading February 19th: Session Summary