[Webinar] Celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities | D2L
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On Demand

Celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities through the lens of Student Success

Duration: 1 hour

Carin Headrick, Accessibility Test Strategist at D2L
Andrea Statton, Technology-Enabled Learning and Teaching Contact at Bloorview School Authority
Kate Tuff, Teacher-Librarian at Bloorview School Authority
Jennifer Kolar-Burden, Teacher and Curriculum Coordinator at Illinois Virtual
Anne Keehn, Global Education Lead at Zoom
Martha Jez, Fair Chance Learning


Join D2L and Fair Chance Learning in a discussion on how we build toward disability-inclusive, accessible, and sustainable post COVID-19 education for all. In this panel discussion:

  • Hear from K12 North American educators with a passion for inclusion as they share their thoughts and practices on creating meaningful learning and building community and connection for students and parents online.
  • Listen to D2L accessibility expert as she provides insights and strategies on how to best meet the needs of all learners.
  • And finally hear from Zoom on what it takes to be a leader in synchronous learning and how they are making human connection easy for everyone, everywhere.

Please note this event will have Closed Captioning and ASL interpreters.

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