Cornell Notes Activity

A response to the Cornell Notes Activity
created by Andrew Molas (@amolas)

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Subject: I’m not your inspiration, thank you very much

Key Points

–social model of disability

Change societal understanding of disability


‘People with disabilities do not exist to inspire you

-The representation of people with disabilities are limited; open more opportunities

-disability is seen in a negative way; need to change that perception

People with disabilities are objectified

Structural and systemic change is needed to make people with disabilities included in society


Don’t objectify people with disabilities or use them to make you feel inspired for doing daily activities. Systemic change is needed to provide better support to persons with disabilities


This structure is a good way to organize note-taking. However, it would be helpful to provide a blanket template to use for those who prefer to type out their notes. It is beneficial for accessibility purposes to provide multiple ways for learners to engage with the activities.

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