Champions for Children with Disabilities
AIMing for Achievement: Why Your Child with a Disability May Need Accessible Instructional Materials & How to Work with Your School
Date: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) provide the same content as traditional classroom materials such as textbooks, but deliver the information in a way that students with print-based disabilities can use more easily. By watching this webinar, participants will learn about a 4-step process that can be used to determine whether a child with a disability needs AIM and how to work with the school to access them. Scenarios of children with different types of disabilities are used to provide examples of how the AIM decision making process works.
Joy Zabala, National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials at CAST, and Gretchen Godfrey, PACER Center
Simon Technology Center
For project evaluation purposes, PACER may email webinar viewers a brief follow-up survey in 3 to 6 months.
This webinar was funded by the National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials at CAST: aim.cast.org.