Presented by The Supported Typing Program (STeP) at Abilis
In this interactive webinar, Christy Ashby will discuss the current trends and historical conflicts in research concerning typing to communicate. She will present key issues in the research community and ways that we can move from research that seeks only to test validity and authorship toward research that helps us understand how to support people to become more effective and independent communicators. We will explore common research questions, methodologies, and ways to discuss research and respond to challenges.
Christine Ashby, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Inclusive Education and Disability Studies at Syracuse University, where she coordinates the undergraduate Inclusive Elementary and Special Education program and graduate programs in Inclusive Special Education. Ashby also directs the Center on Disability and Inclusion. Her scholarship addresses inclusive education, emphasizing supports for students with labels of autism and developmental disabilities, disability studies, and inclusive teacher preparation and has been published in outlets including Equity and Excellence in Education, International Journal of Inclusive Education, Teacher Education and Special Education, and Educational Studies. Her book, Enacting Change from Within: Disability Studies Meets Teaching and Teacher Education (Peter Lang, with Cosier), explores how disability studies can inform the practical work of teachers.
This event was published on January 13, 2021.