Works Cited

  Adams, Maruianne, Lee Anne Bell and Pat Griffin. Ed. Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice. NY; London: Routledge, 1997. Angelo, Thomas A., and K. Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1993. Arnone, Michael. “Clamping… Read More »

Appendix II: Further Reading or Visiting

These works are available for consultation and/or loan from the Teaching Resource Center, Hotel D, 24 East Range, on the Internet, or from the U.Va. library system. Videotaped workshops on many of these topics are also available for loan, though… Read More »

Teaching Strategies Effective for All Students

  While the term “learning-disabled” applies legally only to a few students, many accommodation strategies can help all students learn better. All students have learning strengths and weaknesses, and some types of teaching allow them to process information more effectively… Read More »

Accommodating Students with Learning Disabilities & ADHD

  Allowing specific accommodations gives all students a level “playing field,” and allows the student with disabilities an equal opportunity to prosper academically and contribute to society. The careers of Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, and Niels Bohr, for instance, show what… Read More »

Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD

  The Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (ACLD) defines a learning disability as “a chronic condition of presumed neurological origin which selectively interferes with the development, integration, and/or demonstration of verbal or nonverbal abilities.” The LNEC website… Read More »

Accommodating Students with Physical Disabilities

  General Principles Always talk directly to the student, not about the student to the interpreter or caretaker. Monitor small group work to make sure the student is included. Make a concerted effort to include the student in class discussion.… Read More »

Students with Disabilities

  Students with disabilities at the University constitute a population as diverse as the total student body. As intelligent and academically prepared as other students at U.Va., they clearly have special needs that may require your knowledge and understanding as well… Read More »