Equity by Design: Using Peer-Mediated Learning to Advance Equity for All Students

Provides an overview of peer-mediated learning (PML), a pedagogical approach that involves training non-disabled students to socially engage with students with disabilities with the goal of increasing academic and social empowerment for all students in the classroom. Includes key terms, principles for action, and strategies to create collaborative environments.

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Great Lakes Equity Center, U.S. Department of Education
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