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UDL is simple: take technology, media, goal-setting, and some new findings on how the brain works and each student would get the right supports to be successful as can be. It sounds like a dream...until you wake up and realize: Teachers don't want one more thing to do. It's a "special ed" initiative, so it's out of the "general ed" sandbox. You work with individual students, but UDL requires "system change." You're out of your league! Okay, so where does that leave your UDL initiative, and where do you go from here? Join AT practitioner, thought leader, writer, and UDL evangelist, Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles, PhD., as she goes under the surface of UDL to give five components necessary to make it *really* happen.

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