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UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE: Designing Learning Environments For The 21st Century Student

Teachers are leaving the classroom. Students are running the school. How do we turn things around? How do we prepare teachers for the challenges of…

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Universal Design for Writing: Celebrating Variability and Promoting Self-Expression in the Composition Classroom

Despite the intellectual, interpersonal, and psychological value of writing, too many students, as well as adults, feel “shut out” of writing. With its emphasis on…

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Using UDL to Foster Student Empowerment with Shared Ownership of Higher Ed Mobile Learning Curriculum 

This breakout session will review key implementation components and research findings for a UDL curriculum in higher education. We have flipped the typical higher education…

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The Application of UDL Principles in Online Course Design to Improve Students’ Learning Experience

With the rapid growth in online learning within higher education, it is essential for the universities to implement inclusive design principles and validate standards for…

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UDL in Early Childhood Education for Children with Different Experiences, Cultures, Abilities, and Languages

When early childhood general, special, ESL, and bilingual education teachers embrace Universal Design for Learning principles, they provide a proactive and responsive learning environment that…

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