Content Disclaimer

Please note, some items contain out of date language.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

Sing to Say, Neil Smolar

Legally Yours: The Child Find Mandate, Elise Sobol

From Monograph to International Movement: Music Assisted Learning Across the Life Span for Students with Autism Spectrum and Related Disorders, Elise S. Sobol

Milestones: How We Made a Digital Orchestra and Flew It from Scotland to Singapore, Peter Sparkes

Feeling Lost in a Sea of Accommodations, Elisabeth Staal

Music Education and Performance for People with Learning Disabilities, David Stanley

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

Developing Aural Skills for Deaf and Hard of hearing (DHH) Students, Michael Vitalino

Engaging All Learners: Tools and Techniques to Reach Different Types of Learners in the Music Classroom, Brian J. Wagner-Yeung

Making Musical Connections: String Orchestra for Special Learners, Brian J. Wagner-Yeung

Using the Camera to Empower Students, Jessica Wallach

Disability Objectification in Media, Miles Wilcox

Yoda- The Youth Orchestra with Different Abilities, Sofija Zlatanova