A Guide to teaching Statistics and Research Methods II: Helping students with perceptual and physical disabilities
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SubjectOSSD; students with disabilities; perceptual disabilities; physical disabilities; statistics; accomodations; teaching approaches; LDA; ADA compliance; physical limitations; perceptual limitations; teaching methodology; individualized teaching
The purpose of this handbook is to give faculty, students and staff some insight on how to best help a student with a physical and/or perceptual disability. It is informed by my experiences learning to overcome just those very challenges that I faced. While this handbook is focused on Statistics/Research Methods II, the teaching methodology which was used herein, can be further applied to various courses and be as equally useful to the students. It is hoped that this guide will be useful to the next generation of students, staff and faculty while motivating them to expand upon what is already written.Though two persons diagnoses may appear alike, their individualized needs both inside and outside of an academic setting may vary greatly.
The purpose of this handbook is to give faculty, students and staff some insight on how to best help a student with a physical and/or perceptual disability.
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