You may have heard the term project-based learning (PBL), but what is it really all about? Project-based learning is an educational tool that increases student success and long-term growth by encouraging collaboration, decision-making, reflection, and discussion about real-life situations. This method of teaching is becoming...

Are you familiar with the difference between integration and inclusion when it comes to the classroom environment? The trend in education today is moving away from integration and toward inclusion. While both approaches aim to bring students with disabilities into the mainstream classroom, one system...

Assistive technology includes products, equipment, and programs used to improve learning and working experiences for people with disabilities. One type of assistive technology is a screen reader, a program that converts on-screen content into speech, or shows it on a braille display. Screen readers help...

Have you ever visited a website and felt totally overwhelmed? You try to read the text, but there is so much on the page that you don’t know where to focus. Content providers are often inclined to fill every available space on the page with...

Have you ever found yourself browsing a catalog for educational resources only to feel frustrated because you can't find the right materials for your specific needs? Luckily, today’s educators can create their own instructional content. Whether supplementing existing programs or creating an entirely new curriculum,...

In recent years, online ADA compliance has become an important issue for schools and universities. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), schools are required to make learning resources accessible to those with learning challenges. While plenty of administrators are aware that their web content is not...