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Please note, some items contain out of date language.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.


ABLE Assembly Conference Session Materials

Music Inclusion for All, Adrian Anantawan

Emelyne Bingham: Keynote Presentation, Emelyne Bingham

Figure On Diversity: Benefits of Life Drawing and Representation in Arts Education, Angela DeCarlis

Call to Action: Disabled Parents in the Arts, Fran Flaherty and Ruth Fabby

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

When They See Us: Intersectionality and Ableism in Special Education, Aliza Greenberg and Alyssa Liles-Amponsah

Disability Justice in University Theatre Programs, Carson Hebblethwaite and Amanda Masterpaul

A DisCrit Perspective on Music Education: Considerations for Intersectional Change, Erica Knapp

From Creation to Performance of an Original Multi-Sensory Show for Children with Special Needs, Rachel Lim

Engaging Teens in Conversations of Race and Disability: Developing An Action Plan For Your High School Drama Club or Local Youth Theater Company, Tara Mansour

Erasure and Importance of Disabled Artists/Teachers in Arts Education, Ellice Patterson

Importance of Disabled Representation in Disabled Work & Education, Ellice Patterson

Towards an Understanding of the Creative Generation: New Frameworks for Arts Education for Students with Disabilities, Jeff M. Poulin