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Research provides insight into students with significant cognitive disabilities and dual sensory loss

Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems (ATLAS) and the National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB) have partnered to learn more about students who are deafblind with significant cognitive disabilities. 

KU’S ATLAS CENTER FEATURES RESEARCH IN SHOWCASE WITH GLOBAL REACH

LAWRENCE — Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems (ATLAS) at the University of Kansas has presented a grant project focused on promoting quality science education for students with disabilities at the 2022 STEM for All Video Showcase: Access, Inclusion, and Equity, which runs May 10-…

Experts team up to improve outcomes for often-overlooked student population

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ATLAS DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS – CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems (ATLAS) is now accepting proposals for the 2022/2023 ATLAS Doctoral Fellowship Program.

NEW GRANT AIMS TO IMPROVE WRITING SKILLS OF ALASKA NATIVE STUDENTS

LAWRENCE — Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems (ATLAS), a center within the Achievement and Assessment Institute at the University of Kansas, has partnered with Alaska’s Arctic Slope Community Foundation to improve Alaska Native students’ writing skills so they are better prepared…

IDENTIFICATION AND INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH COGNITIVE DISABILITIES WHO ARE ENGLISH LEARNERS

Researchers from Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems (ATLAS) at the University of Kansas examined the challenges of identifying and providing adequate assessment for students with significant cognitive disabilities for whom English is not their first language (English learners).

DYNAMIC LEARNING MAPS CREATE PATH TO SUCCESS

ATLAS - High Expectations for Students Success from AAI Media on Vimeo.  

ATLAS PSYCHOMETRICIAN AWARDED GRANT FOR IMPROVING SOFTWARE, METHODS FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH

LAWRENCE — Jake Thompson, senior psychometrician with Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems at the University of Kansas, has received a $225,000 grant from the Institute of Education Sciences, National Center 

KU CENTER BEGINS WORK ON $2.5M GRANT SUPPORTING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOR TEACHER TRAINERS

LAWRENCE — Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems (ATLAS) at the University of Kansas has received a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. The Special Educator Technology-Based Training of Trainers (SETTT) for Success grant…

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