Neurodiversity Is Diversity

How educators can support students who learn differently




Educators can use student-friendly approaches to teaching as tools for broader inclusion, not just for neurodiverse students. When educators focus on strengths, acceptance, flexibility, and representation while exploring the lived experience of marginalized students, their work can benefit learners across identity categories. “All students have strengths and weaknesses,” Yee says. “To support learning means to make class accessible for all kinds of people.”


Last Modified: March 30, 2022