Good pedagogy can transform a students’ relationship with higher education. Accessible pedagogy and student engaged pedagogy allowed me to thrive in my undergraduate studies. These approaches helped me adapt to the classroom as a first-generation and disabled student. I’m committed to doing the same for my students now that I’m on the other side of the classroom. I believe that educators should be debating, relearning, and revising their praxis to reflect best approaches. I’ve spoken on topics like universal design for learning, accessible practices for graduate student TAs, and I’ve written syllabi on the history of disability and on disability studies.