Thank you @BobAchgill ! It is great learning about His Hands Reader and how it can be helpful to learners who are deaf. It is great that this helps students who can hear help their peers who are deaf. We will take a keener look at this and see the possible ways we can engage.
Thank you Azat! Although the schools we work with face a myriad of challenges , there are opportunities for transformation especially in the inclusion of students with disabilities. For hundreds of children with disabilities living in urban slums these schools are the only opportunity they could ever have to receive an education. We are working to improve the quality of education for these children by supporting their teachers. The index for inclusion is a tool that we continue to learn from as we continue with our work. I wish you and your team success!
Thank you Sheila! We have incorporated universal design of learning as a core component of our teacher training program. Thank you so much for the link to Technology Resource of Marin County! We have found resources that we can use in our teacher training program as well as helpful information for our work with out of school children. I also love that many of these resources are free, thus we can make them available to our teachers at no extra cost. The work that Dan Phillips does is very admirable, we definitely have a lot that we can learn from him. Thank you!