Faculty Directory

Richard Jackson

Associate Professor

Department

TESpECI Teacher Education, Special Education, Curriculum & Instruction

Publications

  • Hall, T., Jackson, R., Hitchcock, C. Gordon, D., & Rose, D. (2006). Issue Brief: Modifying Curriculum for Students with Disabilities and the Alternative Promise of Universal Design for Learning. Wakefield, MA: Center for Applied Speical Technology, Inc.
  • Jackson, R. M. (2005). Curriculum Access for Students wtih Low Incidence Disabilities: The Promise of Universal Design for Learning. Wakefield, MA: Center for Applied Speical Technology.
  • Hitchcock, C.G., Meyer, A., Rose, D., & Jackson, R. (2005). Equal access, participation, and progress in the general education Curriculum. In D. Rose, A. Meyer and C. Hitchcock, (Eds). The universally designed classroom: Accessible curriculum and digital technologies (pp. 37-68). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
  • Jackson, R. & Harper, K. (2005). Teacher planning for accessibility: The universal design of learning environments. In D. Rose, A. meyer and C. Hitchcock, (Eds). The universally designed classroom: Accessible curriculum and digital technologies (pp. 101-124). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
  • Jackson, R., Harper, K., & Jackson, J. (2005). Teaching for accessibility: Effective practices, classroom barriers. In D. Rose, A. Meyer and C. Hitchcock, (Eds). The universally designed classroom: Accessible curriculum and digital technologies (pp. 125-148). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
  • Jackson, R.M.. (2004). Technologies Supporting Access to the General Curriculum for Students with Disabilities. Wakefield, MA: Center for Applied Special Technology.
  • Hitchcock, C.G., Meyer, A., Rose, D. & Jackson, R. (2002a). Providing new access to the general curriculum: Universal design for learning. Teaching Exceptional Children, 35(2), 8-17.
  • Hitchcock, C.G., Meyer, A., Rose, D. & Jackson, R. (2002b). Technical brief: Access, participation, and progress in the general curriculum: A universal design for learning. Retrieved April 12, 2002, from the NCAC.
  • Jackson, R., Harper, K., & Jackson, J. (2002). Effective teaching practices and the barriers limiting their use in accessing the curriculum: A review of recent literature. Wakefield, MA: Center for Applied Special Technology, Inc.
  • Jackson, R., & Harper, K., (2002). Teacher planning and the universal design for learning environments. Wakefield, MA: Center for Applied Special Technology, Inc.
  • Jackson, R., Koziol, K., & Rudowitz, L. (2001). A glimpse at current teaching practices with preliminary survey results. Peabody, MA: Center for Applied Special Technology, Inc.
  • Cochran-Smith, M., Albert, L., Freedman, S., DiMattia, P., Jackson, R., Mooney, J., Neisler, O.J., Peck, A., & Zollers, N. (1999). Seeking social justice: A teacher education faculty’s self-study. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 2(3), 229-253.
  • Cochran-Smith, M., Albert, L., Freedman, S., DiMattia, P., Jackson, R., Mooney, J., Neisler, O.J., Peck, A., & Zollers, N. (1999). Seeking social justice: A teacher education faculty’s self-study. Journal of Leadership in Education, 2(3), 229-253.