Author: Austin Craven, UNCG Accessibility Fellow As a biology instructor, I teach evolution theory multiple times every semester. One of the key concepts is that evolution through natural selection relies on genetic variation in a population.  We see this kind of variation in every natural population I’m familiar with. Some examples in the human population […]

Neurodiversity is a term that has been around since the 1990’s, but it has recently resurged as a topic of interest, especially as educators consider strategies for reaching learners of various abilities. But what exactly is neurodiversity?  What is Neurodiversity? Neurodiversity takes a different approach when it comes to framing how some developmental diagnoses affect […]

About the A11Y Corner The A11Y Corner is all about accessibility, with a specific focus on accessibility-related pedagogies that also support overall equity and inclusiveness. A11Y (pronounced “A-one-one-Y”, or A-eleven-Y”) is a numeronym for the word “accessibility”. It is used most often as shorthand, especially on social media platforms such as Twitter. When you see […]