Accessible Lessons – From Designing to Creation to Instruction – Making it All Work – Part 2 (On-Demand)


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Recorded: October 28, 2021

Length: 90-Minutes

Come on a journey from designing, to creation, to instruction. Review the design process and learn how to create accessible content and lessons from the beginning. During this session, you will have the opportunity to get hands-on in the process of creating accessible lessons and classroom content. At each step, examples, discussions, and new tools will be shared.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore new creation tools and evaluate the ease of use and barriers to accessibility for each. Reflect on common instructional methods and how those can support or increase barriers to accessible lessons. Explore what it means for content to be accessible and learn how to create materials that are accessible on their own or work fluidly with assistive technology tools.

As a result of this activity, participants will be able to:

Utilize at least three different creation tools to make accessible lessons.

  • Utilize at least three different creation tools to make accessible lessons.

  • Identify three teaching techniques that support accessible lessons.

  • Discuss systems for organizing and utilizing accessible content


Cassie Frost, M.S. Ed, ATP, has been in the special education field for fifteen years, she has specialized in utilizing technology with students who struggle with emotional and behavioral disabilities, autism, and behaviors resulting from intellectual or learning disabilities.

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