The Faculty Working Group on Disability
Teaching All Learners in Higher Education
By Marilyn Bisberg
Fordham University, Graduate School of Education
Wednesday March 1st, 2017
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Information: The seminar will be in RH (Hughes Hall 212) and in LC (Lowenstein 708) linked by videoconference. Space is limited. Refreshments will be served. The speaker will be in RH. Feel free to forward this invitation to others who might be interested.
Please RSVP by Wednesday February 22nd at this link and contact us for any disability access or accommodation question at email@example.com .
Abstract: We want to make sure that each student in our class learns. It take some planning on our part to teach our diverse learners. This seminar will take a look at ideas, strategies and requirements that work… and some that don’t work.
Speaker: Marilyn Bisberg is Associate Professor at the Fordham Graduate School of Education. Her teaching interests and expertise are in the areas of behavior management strategies, emotional development of young children, attachment and separation, underserved children/families and assessment.
This is part of the Fordham University Seminar on Disability Research across Disciplines, a seminar series organized by the Faculty Working Group on Disability and funded by the Provost Office.