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To provide appropriate support as an instructor, it's essential to adopt an inclusive and empathetic approach. Encouraging open communication, offering reasonable accommodations, and creating an inclusive classroom environment can help students succeed.
You cannot assure that people with disabilities have equal access to an opportunity if they cannot reach the place where the opportunity is offered.
in this module, I learned about credit transfers. I learned about the police ties that companies have involving the matter and the process students go through in order to transfer.
I learned about the various advertisement and marketing methods along with the different ways to obtain information.
My main take away is that there are many items that are not specifically defined by FERPA, but by the institution. If I were to ever work for a different school, I will need to make sure that I am aware of their specific definitions. I also want to make sure that my faculty are all aware of our definitions.

They have the right to equal access to educational opportunities. Everything else that happens for them and to them flows from that single statement. Students do not have a "right" to accommodation, but if they would not have equal access without accommodation, then it must be provided. Students do not have a "right" to an automatic door opener at the entrance to the classroom building, but if they cannot reach the classroom without it, then something must be done. Students with disabilities do not have a "right" to have all documents posted to the school website presented in an accessible… >>>

I learned about finicial aid and tuition, and the many ways to assist in terms of plans and approvals.
I was unaware of the military's position over FERPA. this does make since especially in times of war and threat of war
I read that after death the records are no longer protected but this seems a violation of privacy whether the person is dead or alive
It is important to understand what can and cannot be released when dealing with student information

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