AccessCSforAll: Making High School Computer Science Accessible will target teachers in mainstream schools where the vast majority of students with disabilities attend.
We are excited to let you know that AccessCSforAll has received a new round of funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF Grants 2122189 and 2121993). AccessCSforAll: Making High School Computer Science Accessible will target teachers in mainstream schools where the vast majority of students with disabilities attend. Our researcher practitioner partnership (RPP) will expand to include CS curriculum providers, in-service and pre-service providers, and organizations that support K-12 CS teachers.
This project will:
develop new accessible tools and curricula that can be adopted by a variety of partners and curriculum providers.
help curriculum providers improve the accessibility of their tools and curricula.
collaborate with organizations that support K-12 CS teachers and pre-service CS education programs to disseminate strategies for including students with disabilities in CS classrooms.
expand our partnerships with developers of accessible tools and curricula for K-12 students to foster a community that is accessibility focused.
continue as a national resource to develop and maintain resources related to disability for CS teachers
offer individual support to CS teachers who need advice about a student with a disability in their classes.
If you are leading a pre-service CS education program who would like to learn more about how AccessCSforAll can benefit your program please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a CS teacher who has a student with a disability in your class and would like advice on how to include them more fully please contact email@example.com.