Student/ Faculty Evaluation forms
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
The collaboration our programs have with faculty is critical for the success of our students. This section provides examples of supporting material for faculty, including Faculty Handbooks, sample Letters of Introduction, and Student/Faculty Evaluation Forms.
In addition, the link for Universal Design for Learning is included in this section to provide faculty state-of-the-art material and techniques with flexible strategies to support all students, including those with intellectual disabilities.
Think College LEARN
Think College LEARN provides self-paced modules using multimedia tools such as videos, publications, interactive learning activities and podcasts to share information on topics related to postsecondary education for students with intellectual disabilities.
Best Practices from Lynn University: Choice, Voice and Possible Selves
Janet Atallah, M.Ed., Teacher, ACCESS program at Lynn University
This Hartwick Symposium session captures how the ACCESS Program at Lynn University has integrated with the campus and supported each ACCESS student on their own personal journey to attain maximum potential as workers, learners and people. Content includes adult learning theories.