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Quality Education Is Accessible

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    >> Damon: Quality instruction is being
    able to work around the students’ needs.
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    >> Kayla: Quality instruction should
    include a culture of accommodation,
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    not as a luxury, but as a norm
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    >> Patience: Quality computing education
    should be inclusive, not exclusive.
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    [music]
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    >> Erika: As a deaf student,
    quality instruction means captioned video.
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    >> Kayla: Quality lab stations
    are adjustable and accessible.
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    [music]
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    >> Cynthia: I'm totally blind
    which means that
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    I need to access visual content
    in another way.
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    For me a quality education means
    that when my instructor or classmates
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    use software or hardware that it's
    accessible with a screen reader.
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    >> Screen reader: Part 4 Error Correction
    Capitalization and punctuation
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    Add correct capital.
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    Print, edit, print, edit.
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    >> Blake speaking with a synthesizer: I have
    cerebral palsy
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    which means I cannot
    take notes very quickly.
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    For me quality education includes
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    access to instructors’ presentations,
    notes, or outlines.
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    >> Dustine: Quality education includes
    the ability to understand
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    and meet the needs of each student.
タイトル:
Quality Education Is Accessible
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Video Language:
English
Team:
DO-IT
Duration:
02:44

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