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You’re familiar with the theory. You know tools and strategies. But actually creating systems to make Universal Design for Learning (UDL) work? That takes a village.
And without those systems schools will fall short of the kind of inclusion that benefits every learner.
Elisa Wern, M.Ed., OTR/L, ATP, and Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles, Ph.D., ATP, have answers. As practitioners at the forefront of the UDL movement, they’ve elevated student outcomes in their districts through UDL implementation.
In this webinar, Hillary and Elisa will walk you through how to put successful inclusion into action, so you can:
This is a very timely webinar you won’t want to miss!
AT & OT Consultant at Verge Learning and XceptionalED. She is the owner of AT & OT Consulting and Coaching. Her vision is supporting students through a holistic viewpoint, which aligns nicely with Universal Design for Learning, a very well-known educational framework for supporting all students. All students have the ability and right to be educated.
is a RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America) certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP), who specializes in breaking barriers to learning through the use of Assistive Technology and Universal Design for Learning. She is the author of, “One Size Does Not Fit All: Equity, Access, PD, and UDL”.