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Remote Learning With DCMP Accessible Videos
Teachers and parents across the country are taking advantage of DCMP's Remote Learning resources. For educators who have at least one student who is deaf or blind and wish to implement tools for remote learning, DCMP can help ensure that educational videos are accessible for students learning at home.
DCMP's Keys to Access
DCMP Director Jason Stark discusses the need, mandate, and quality standards for accessible educational media.
Accessible Videos and Resources for Families and Educators in Early Childhood Education
DCMP provides resources to support early intervention and early childhood special education for educators, families, and support personnel with children who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, visually impaired, and deaf-blind. These resources can be used as remote learning tools, family resources, and professional development opportunities.From about educators, parents, topic-playlist
Submit Your Educational Media and Become a DCMP Accessible Content Partner
Because of COVID-19, we’ve all begun using educational media that support remote learning. Educators are seeking online content, and many are creating their own. Content that is accessible to students who are deaf and blind is difficult to find.about description, captioning, producers-and-distributors
Summertime Cool: Ideas to Enrich and Teach
"What did you do on your summer vacation?" This was a familiar writing assignment for many peole when they were growing up. I remember, don't you? The end of school is around the corner, and summertime fun will be here before we know it. Let's support students and their families in their building of great summer vacation memories with new ideas ...Read MoreFrom Mary Ann Siller about educators