In the third episode of the Tinkercad Teachers series, you will learn about strategies to increase access and engagement for all learners by teaching with Tinkercad. The webinar explores what it means for objects to be designed by, with, and for people with disabilities, and offers examples from inside and outside of the classroom.
Kellyanne Mahoney, National Board Certified Teacher and Curriculum Developer, leads a discussion with experienced practitioners in the area of accessibility and Universal Design for Learning (UDL), including:
• Charlotte Corbett, Technology Teacher, Horace Mann School for the Deaf, Boston, Massachusetts
• Rhianon Gutierrez, Digital Learning Specialist, Boston Public Schools & Inclusive Design Consultant
• Rich Lehrer, Innovation Coordinator, Brookwood School, Manchester-By-The-Sea, Massachusetts; National Faculty Member, The Buck Institute for Education
• Mare Parker-O’Toole, Director of the Earl Center for Learning & Innovation, Wheelock College