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Natsuko Takemae


Dr. Natsuko Takemae works with teacher candidates, K-12 teachers, and education professionals across disciplines. In the public schools, she worked with students from diverse backgrounds in a secondary general education classroom. In a community-based setting, she worked with an equine-assisted therapy program designed for adult learners enrolled in an experiential program and teacher candidates enrolled in the leadership and service-learning course for a multi-year project. She also works with local, state, and international community agencies for strengthening school-community partnerships and building inclusive educational communities with UDL, collaboration, and technology applications. Her research interests include UDL, collaboration, and technology applications for equitable and inclusive education through culturally responsive and sustainable practices.

Session Information

Uncover the Discovery: Teacher Candidates’ UDL Applications and Progressions (Friday, April 1st, 3:15-4:15pm ET)

Building Equity and Inclusion through UDL: Higher Education Research (Asynchronous)