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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 supports learning for children from different experiential backgrounds, cultures, abilities, and languages (DECAL). This dynamic, interactive session will provide evidence-based background information to support effective UDL practices in preschool and kindergarten. 

We will discuss classroom strategies that support the UDL principles: multiple means of representation, engaging, and action/expression through an equity lens with examples that support UDL implementation with all children in any early childhood curriculum. Participants will be encouraged to engage with the information in a variety of ways and will come away with specific strategies and resources for continued learning. 

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