Legislation, such as IDEA, continues to set mandates for schools to provide accessible instructional materials to all learners. Yet, many schools struggle to meet these requirements, and fail to train faculty and staff on accessibility and assistive technology.
At Atomic Learning, we understand the challenges schools face in ensuring barrier-free learning for students with special needs, and make every effort to ensure our materials not only fulfill legal requirements, but help schools support teachers and students in the classroom.
Atomic Learning assists schools and districts in providing accessible instruction to support the learning needs of all students with specialized accessibility training projects and professional development workshops on assistive technology tools.
Offering learning resources focused on assistive technology software and hardware, including accessibility features of Microsoft® Office, iPad®, and operating systems, this solution allows teachers and staff to support the unique needs of their students.
Not only do we provide closed captioning on our videos, the Atomic Learning website is routinely audited by a 3rd party accessibility service, and is compliant with Section 508 and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) in accordance with our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) and WCAG Support Statement.
Atomic Learning’s innovative solution provides school leaders an easy-to-use tool to train faculty and staff on available assistive technology tools and accessibility features to meet students’ needs. It’s efficient, effective, affordable—and available to all teachers, staff, students, and parents from school or home.