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Best Practices

  1. Your caring relationship with the student is the first step in helping to overcome a disability.

  2. Be sure to have the student contact Student Services to explain the need.

  3. Learn some strategies for including students with disabilities in your course activities.

  4. Design your course in a proactive way, so as to reduce the need for accommodations once a student with a disability enrolls in the class.

For more information:

Visit the Faculty Room (an excellent resource from the University of Washington) to learn how universal design principles can make a course accessible to all students.