Making creative learning spaces more inclusive

03/19/2013 | Education Week

While it's good news that more students are using digital tools to engage in creative learning, these opportunities need to be more inclusive, EdTechTeacher co-founder and co-director Justin Reich writes in this blog post. Reich highlights some examples from the Digital Media and Learning conference, including mix-ability Maker Spaces, where he notes that tools can be designed to increase accessibility for individuals with disabilities and others.

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