Using Universal Design to Make Learning About Ability, Not Disability

A discussion with Rachel Berger of Microsoft and Decoding Dyslexia Minnesota

Rachel Berger, a Dyslexia & Learning Disabilities Assistive Technologies (AT) Specialist in Minnesota, will be presenting two sessions at the 2020 Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC). She’ll present strategies to promote accessibility and inclusion, and to support students who struggle with reading and writing. 

Rachel’s passion for assistive technology and helping children reach their full potential was ignited when … Read more.