Webinar: Providing Access to Content Area Learning for Students with Disabilities

Literacy in the Disciplines, 6-12 (LiD) is pleased to announce our next after-school Webinar Series session.

Providing Access to Content Area Learning for Students with Disabilities.

When you think about instruction in the content areas, do you automatically think that all students have the opportunity to engage in this type of learning?  Can students beyond those with learning disabilities meaningfully participate in content area classrooms?  In this session, we will explore what access means for students with disabilities and identify ways to engage this group in content area instruction.   

The video recording of the session is available at the bottom of this page.

When:  Thursday, July 14, 2022, 6:00 – 7:00 pm ET.

Where: Please register here for the July session.  A Zoom link will be sent one day before the session.

Cost: Free. LiD6-12 is funded by the South Carolina Middle Grades Initiative.

This session will feature Dr. Kavin Ming.

Kavin Ming is a Professor of Literacy at Winthrop University.  Her research interests include at-risk student populations, culturally responsive pedagogy, content area literacy instruction, disciplinary literacy, and multisensory teaching of literacy skills.  She is published in a wide variety of journals that include general and special education populations.  She currently serves as the Curriculum and Pedagogy department chair in the Richard W. Riley College of Education. 

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