Looking Back: Stop talking about classrooms that don’t work

As part of my Looking Back series, the sentiments I articulated in this post from August 21st, 2010 are still very alive for me. There are classrooms that work, that work very well. Click on the title below to go to the original post with its comments. Here is an example of a ‘traditional’ classroom…

Guest Post: Web-Based Assistive Technologies are Expanding the World for All Users

Lindsey Wright writes for the education resource OnlineSchools.org She has written a piece for Leading from the Heart on how web-based assistive technologies can bring us closer to equal access to education. Thanks, Lindsey :) **please note, the points in this article are based on US law concerning peoples with disabilities.** Web-Based Assistive Technologies are…