Making Presentation Software Accessible to High School Students With Intellectual Disabilities

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Executive Summary

The transition of students with moderate and severe intellectual disabilities from inclusive middle schools to high schools may present a challenge to general education teachers. How can teachers use the principles of universal design to facilitate the inclusion of these students in the instructional life of the general education classroom? In particular, what adaptations should teachers make when preparing software-based presentations? How can schools best organize team members to help general education teachers prepare necessary instructional materials and adaptations?

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