Fall 2021 Speaker Series
Dr. Royce Best’s – Accessible Teaching: Some Places to Start
This lecture and workshop introduced teachers to some core and guiding principles of accessible pedagogy. Drawing from the field of disability studies, we considered the extent to which our attitudes, policies, and practices are rooted in ableism. We considered and interrogated our classrooms, content delivery, and assessment practices in an attempt to assemble tools for a more accessible future at Hopkins.
Dr. Best’s Accessible Teaching Downloads:
Additional Links & Resources:
- “Accommodations.” Johns Hopkins University
- “(The) Americans with Disabilities Act and Your Rights as a College Student.” studentcaffe:
- Dolmage, Jay Timothy. Academic Ableism: Disability and Higher Education. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2017.
- Dolmage, Jay Timothy. “Academic Ableism with Jay Dolmage.” Western Theological Seminary •https://www.westernsem.edu/academic-ableism-with-dr-jay-dolmage/
- Mingus, Mia. “Access Intimacy: The Missing Link.” Leaving Evidence
- University of Washington: DO-IT: Advancing the success of people with disabilities in education, research, and careers.