The Importance of Anti-Ableist Perspectives in Preservice Art Education: A Post-Session Interview with Jenna Gabriel and Anh Ha
ABLE Assembly Conference Session Materials
Anti-ableism; anti-ableism justice; models of disability; adapted lesson plans; multiple identities
ABLE Arts Resource Center Terms
ABLE Arts Resource Center; ABLE Assembly; Special Needs; Multiple Disabilties; Visual Arts; High School (9-12); Higher Education; Differentiated instruction; Accessibility; Inclusion; Intersectionality; Teacher Training; Equity; Ableism; Accommodations; Curriculum Developmeng; Disability Justice
Secondary File Notes
Documentation 1 contains course descriptions. Documentation 2 contains a transcript of the presentation. Zip file contains an article, presentation slides, and Documentation 1 & 2.
Gabriel, J., & Ha, A. (2021). The Importance of Anti-Ableist Perspectives in Preservice Art Education: A Post-Session Interview with Jenna Gabriel and Anh Ha. Retrieved from https://remix.berklee.edu/able-assembly-conference/67