Share Paper: Teaching with a neurodiverse pedagogy: Moving beyond accommodations to infusion

  1. Alicia Hazelwood, Ball State University, United States
  2. Matthew Stuve, Ball State University, United States
Wednesday, November 10 1:15-1:45 PM Room 1

Abstract: A less-addressed dimension of diversity in education is that of neurodiversity, which seeks to recognize, encourage and support individuals with neurological differences in addition to specific accommodations for neurological disabilities. The overall goal of this workshop is for educators to reshape their pedagogy to support the neurodiverse population of students. This workshop seeks to develop knowledge, skills and dispositions that can be aligned to various professional, academic, and institutional frameworks for meeting the needs of students with neurological differences and disabilities. This workshop is designed for instructors who teach at the college level or for college staff who work with ...