Inclusion, Disabilities, and Informal Science Learning

Inclusion, Disabilities, and Informal Science Learning

This 2010 report by CAISE provides a conceptual framework for inclusion of people with disabilities in informal science education in museums, broadly defined; media and technology; and youth and community programs. The authors explain that inclusion requires that learners be able to physically interact with/perceive the space, cognitively engage with the materials, and socially interact with one another.

Author: Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE)