Education Talk Radio Dr. Jonathan Plucker, from the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth and President-Elect of The National Association for Gifted Children, discusses the importance of equity for children performing at more advanced levels of comprehension. Listen to the interview here:
Whenever you add a piece of content or a new feature or interactive element, take these steps to ensure your site is accessible.
Before we get comfortable, thinking access is the only fire we have to address, there is more: privacy, security, and quality.
States and districts can take advantage of the moment by self-assessing their procurement practices and taking the first steps toward including accessibility.
We need to stop waiting for data and ideas from above, and at least plant some seeds so the organic process can have a chance to grow.
To help students transition to higher level thinking and increased engagement, high-quality digital content needs to be expertly curated.
Education Talk Radio Larry Jacobs, host of Education Talk Radio and Publisher of Accessibility, Compliance, and Equity, has brought countless conversations about these critical topics to educators and leadership throughout the world. Here are a few interviews you might enjoy:
Education Talk Radio Steve Nordmark, who works with The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials at the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), appeared on Education Talk Radio to discuss a topic that’s affecting every school in the country, as well as every company involved in education: accessibility. Listen to the interview here:
Education Talk Radio Tracy Gray, Managing Director of the American Institutes for Research section on Tech Integration discusses the importance of breaking down the silos. Listen to the discussion below: