Full course description
One-time, online, 75-minute session.
We know that putting universally inclusive values into practice create better experiences for all students and helps us engage “every Jewish student”. This task has proven even more difficult now as we navigate new constraints (and opportunities) of virtual engagement. Just as we strive to create inclusive environments that work for all students in person, we must do the same online. In this session, Jordyn Zimmerman, co-chair of Hillel International's 2019-20 Student Cabinet and disability advocate, Amy Edwards EdD, Director of Drexel University’s Autism Support Program will equip us with strategies and best practices for living our values of inclusion online, specifically around engaging students with autism.
Jordyn and Amy want to hear from you! Email Hannah a question or two by April 21 at 5pm to have it included in the session.
This course is for
Wednesday, April 22 3-4:15pm EST/12-1:15pm PST
Amy Edwards, EdD, Director of Drexel University’s Autism Support Program
Jordyn Zimmerman, co-chair of Hillel International's 2019-20 Student Cabinet and disability advocate