Creating More Inclusive Active-learning Environments for Students with Disabilities

This month’s Interesting Read examines active learning through an accessibility lens and offers recommendations for making active-learning science classes more inclusive for students with disabilities. While the article is framed in the context of in-person courses, most of the recommendations are applicable to the remote teaching environment.


Gin, L.E., Guerrero, F.A., Cooper, K.M., & Brownell, S.E. (2020) Is Active Learning Accessible? Exploring the Process of Providing Accommodations to Students with Disabilities. CBE – Life Sciences Education, Vol. 19, No.4

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