Accessing Inquiry: Strategies for Success
Supporting Good Teaching of ALL Learners
On the pages of Accessing Inquiry, find model accessible lessons, including many that feature Disability History or Immigrant History. Explore the overarching framework of Universal Design for Learning. Access classroom strategies and a wealth of tools and activities to make instruction accessible for all learners. Learn about our exciting courses, offered in-person and online. And tap the resources of the Library of Congress, Disability History Museum, and our many other partners. Learn about Accessing Inquiry graduate courses and workshops.
Employ multiple means of engagement, representation, and expression to heighten classroom learning using the Universal Design framework.
Empower students through the history of people with disabilities.
Find and develop curriculum that engages all learners with model lessons, primary source sets, and essential publications, featuring resources of the Library of Congress
Increase access to academic content and elevate student voice through assistive technology and supportive teaching and learning strategies.
Use multiple strategies and tools to strengthen student capacity to ask and investigate critical questions.
Energize all student to learn History and Social Science concepts, knowledge, and skills using a range of adaptable activities and tools.
Explore strategies and tools to measure learning throughout lessons. Differentiate instruction and assessment to meet the needs of all students.