Forward with FLEXibility

Alise de Bie

Kate Brown

A Teaching and Learning Resource on Accessibility

A comprehensive guidebook to support instructors, Teaching Assistants, and those in other educational roles in applying Accessible Education principles across teaching and learning contexts to enhance access for all.

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Book Description

A comprehensive guidebook to support instructors, Teaching Assistants, and those in other educational roles in applying Accessible Education principles across teaching and learning contexts to enhance access for all.

Instructions for McMaster educators on how to register for the FLEX Forward “course” in Mosaic and gain access to the mandatory completion quiz in Avenue to Learn are available in this Step-By-Step Guide. Comments and questions can be directed to flexforward@mcmaster.ca.

Author Biographies

Alise de Bie is a Ph.D. Candidate (ABD) in McMaster’s School of Social Work, where they work in the area of Mad(ness) Studies and Critical Disability Studies, with a dissertation focus on Mad Knowing, Teaching, and Learning. They have been involved in Mad/psychiatric survivor and disability community organizing and peer support work for nearly a Read more »

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