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Please note, some items contain out of date language. The phrase “special needs” is no longer in current use within the BIAAE. We know that language is no substitute for action, but we hope this change will reflect our commitment to creating an inclusive environment for the communities we serve.




Individualized Education Programs in Art: Benefit or Burden?, Lanny Morreau and Frances E. Anderson



Differentiated Instruction and Inclusion, Vicki LaRiccia

ABLE Assembly Conference Session Materials

Early Childhood Music for Students with Special Needs, Nadia Castagna and Miles Wilcox


Play on: Gamification as Differentiation, Andrea Davis

Teaching Music Literacy Through the Guitar Elective: A Differentiated Approach, Sarah Fard

Easy as Zip! Zap! Zop! Differentiating, Accommodating, and Modifying Theater Instruction for Students with Autism, Jenna Gabriel

The Importance of Anti-Ableist Perspectives in Preservice Art Education: A Post-Session Interview with Jenna Gabriel and Anh Ha, Jenna Gabriel and Ahn Ha

Quick Tips for Inclusive & Equitable Visual Arts Instruction, Lauren Stichter and Amanda Newman-Godfrey