Post Secondary Inclusion
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- POWERPOINT: Adapting Curriculum for Student Success at the Post Secondary level- This slide show was presented by the authors at the October 3, 2003 statewide meeting of the TFQIS by Lois Fisch and Laura Dorow from Utica College
- Teaching Students with Invisible Disabilities- Invisible disabilities are the most common type of disability among college students. For example, students with learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and/or psychiatric disabilities may request accommodations even though they do not appear to have a disability. (5 pages - pdf)
- Model Syllabus Disability Statement- An example disability statement that can be used/adapted for course syllabi at the post secondary level. (2 pages- PDF)