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Accessible Virtual Field Trips: Participatory Approaches to Inclusion and Student Leadership

specialist working with young students with disabilities over communications device
Presenter:
Amy Parker & Becky Morton
Original air date:
02/01/2022
PDHs awarded for completion:
1.00
Length in minutes:
60
Product Number:
TOPX169
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Partnering with Washington State School for the Blind, American Printing House, and Fort Vancouver National Historic Site to host Mobility Matters 2021: an accessible, virtual field trip for students with visual impairments and deafblindness. After the field trip, we looked at the enagement of the students and educators involved.

This webinar will help you:

  • Describe approaches for engaging K-12 students in accessible, virtual field trip experiences, including opportunities for students to assume leadership roles
  • Articulate the ways that the natural and built environment may be conveyed in a virtual learning environment for students with and without disabilities
  • Describe the ways that mixed method case studies support comprehensive evaluation of educational interventions

Original air date: February 2022

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