The Untapped Riches of Universal Design for Learning and Explicit Instruction: Capitalize on this Gold Mine
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March 18, 2021 | 4:00pm
Teaching is a science and an art. As teachers design instruction to develop expert learners, they grapple with the balance between explicit instruction and student choice through Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Explore ideas for how to use UDL and explicit instruction frameworks to ensure that all students learn and become expert learners.
Presented by: Julie Frankl, Educational Consult/Coach, State Support Team Region 7; Barb Gentille Green, Director of Special Education/Federal Programs, Centerburg Local Schools; Ron Rogers, Ed.D., Program Director, UDL Center at OCALI
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