Reached the Oppressed, Reformed Structure, Valued Disability and Age in Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia (On Demand: Recorded)

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Main Topic: Employment Session Type: Paper Abstract The legacy of marginalization of people with disabilities and older adults has been going on since time immemorial, and they encounter marginalization in…

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What Does “Accessible” Mean in Sensitive Interviews? – Method Choices of People with Physical Disabilities (On Demand: Recorded)

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Main Topic: Flourishing, Well-being, and Social-Emotional Learning Session Type: Paper Abstract In 2016 Japan started to enforce domestic legislation in the form of the Act of Elimination of Discrimination against…

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Going Beyond the Classroom: Service-learning to Apply STEM Skills in the Community (On Demand: Recorded)

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Main Topic: Indigenous Knowledge, Perspectives, and Approaches Session Type: Paper Abstract Hawaii’s educational system has been dominated by Western thinking, disregarding indigenous knowledge as a source of knowledge within the…

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Self-Advocacy Starts Young (On Demand: Recorded)

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Main Topic: Transition, Inclusive Postsecondary Education, and Self Determination Session Type: Skill Share Abstract Self-advocacy has become a buzzword in special education. It is the ability to make one's own…

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Designing Socio-Culturally Responsive Problem-Based Learning Activities for Middle School Mathematics with Neʻepapa Ka Hana 2.0 (On Demand: Recorded)

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Main Topic: Indigenous Knowledge, Perspectives, and Approaches Session Type: Skill Share Abstract Over the past decade, there has been a decline in mathematics performance for at-risk students in underserved communities.…

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Learning Crisis (3): Vocational Education for Students with Disabilities : From the Campaign of Essential Workers to the Concept of Essential Functions (On Demand: Recorded)

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Main Topic: Online Learning and Technology Session Type: Paper Abstract The global spread of COVID-19 significantly restrained economic activity worldwide. The COVID-19 crisis highlights how much society depends on Essential…

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Learning Crisis (1): School Closure and Learning Crisis of Special Education by COVID-19 (On Demand: Recorded)

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Main Topic: Education, Teaching and Classroom Practices Session Type: Paper Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has created the largest impact on all learners, especially students with disabilities. In Japan, all schools…

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