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Equal Access In The Classroom

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Every student deserves equal access to learning opportunities. Giving description and captioning options to students with broad differences in their ability to see and hear makes educational media accessible to them. Provides examples of description and captioning; provides teacher testimony supporting the need for these accessibility options in educational media; and reviews the services provided by the DCMP, including the free-loan library of accessible media. (This title can be viewed online at any time by anyone at

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    Anonymous (Ruther Glen, VA)
    December 4th, 2016 at 07:53 PM

    This video is a great resource for teachers who will have students in their classroom with any kind of disability. It highlighted the importance of having any media accessible to all students.