Broadening Participation of Students with Disabilities in STEM


Content in the following articles provide guidance regarding the selection and implementation of evidence-based practices and promising interventions for DO-IT projects.

AccessSTEM. (2007). AccessSTEM: Building capacity to include students with disabilities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. Seattle: University of Washington.

Bremer, C. D., Kachgal, M., & Schoeller, K. (2003). Self-determination: Supporting successful transition. National Center on Secondary Education and Transition Research to Practice Brief, 2(1).

Friedman, A. (Ed.) (2008). Framework for evaluating impacts of informal science education projects. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

Kortering, L., McClannon, T., & Braziel, P. (2005). What algebra and biology students have to say about universal design for learning. National Center on Secondary Education and Transition Research to Practice Brief, 4(2).

Moriarty, M.A. (2007). Inclusive pedagogy: Teaching methodologies to reach diverse learners in science instruction. Equity and Excellence in Education, 40(3), 252-265.