The Teaching Tolerance project encompasses a variety of materials, classroom activities, and professional resources that include a wide variety of topics. The list provided here includes those articles that are specifically related to disability.
- The Puzzling Problem of Symbols (Autism, April 2016)
- Auditory Processing Disorder (February 2016)
- Clear Connection (Summer 2015)
- Let's Disable the Word Lame (October 2014)
- Beautiful Differences (Summer 2014)
- Art and Accessibility: Study of Design (July 2014)
- The Shame Game (Mental Illness) (Fall 2013)
- Meeting Matthew (Invisible Disabilities) (Fall 2012)
- Using Photographs to Teach Social Justice: Affirming Our Commonalities and Differences
- Universal Design (May 2011)
- Making Disability Explicit (April 2011)
- Understanding Disabilities curriculum for K-12.
- Into the Mainstream: inclusion in the classroom.
- A Girl and a Word (Spring 2011)
- Rosa's Law Changed Words — Now Let's Change the Prejudice (October 2010)
- Looking Past the Disability to the Person (September 2010)
- Fighting Prejudice and Discrimination Against People with Learning Disabilities (Spring 2010)
- Inclusion on the Bookshelf (Fall 2009)
- Disability Awareness: We're In It Together
- Getting Past "Stereotype Threat", stereotypes affect a student's self-perception
- Charity and Justice: What's the Difference?, explores relieving symptoms in contrast to resolving root causes