KIPA Group

My Accessibility



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OBJECTIVES: (Competency)


  • What is the best way for you to hear online or virtually?
  • Is hearing through a computer/tablet as good as hearing someone live? Why or Why not?
  • How do you hear the computer/tablet? Through speakers? Headphones? DM System? 
  • Do you need help in connecting technology?
  • What do you need to plug your DM system into the computer/tablet?
  • What can you do to improve your learning environment during online learning?
  • Do you know how to ask a question during an online lesson? 
  • How do you find out how to ask a question?
  • Does it help to see the talker’s face?
    • Do you know how to “pin” your teacher or another student?
    • Do you know how to split your screen?
  • Do you know how to turn on closed captions? Why would this help?
  • Do you know how to access a transcript of the online class after it is finished?
  • How would it help to print out materials ahead of time so you can follow along?
  • How do you clarify information you may have misheard or misunderstood? 
  • How do you increase your internet connectivity? Do you know your connection speed? Is it helpful to have other programs closed?

OBJECTIVES: (Relatedness)


  • When in a breakout room, what could you do to facilitate hearing better, manage communication, and facilitate your participation? (e.g. strategies, tools)
  • Establishing rules for speaking, sharing ideas, and turn-taking in advance.

OBJECTIVES: (Autonomy)


  • How comfortable are you asking for online/virtual accommodations?
  • How would you ask to meet with your teacher one-on-one?
  • How would you ask a teacher to visually represent student answers?
  • How do teachers visually represent answers?
  • What are the advantages of being placed into smaller breakout rooms? What would make you feel comfortable to participate in smaller breakout rooms?


Use of inventory:
CAVE Checklist
Set up sample virtual classroom (in person or online) and sabotage communication
  • Students repair and brainstorm other barriers
  • Students experiment with various chat features and online learning platforms.