Reach and Teach All Students: UDL and AT - Part 3


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Assistive technology (AT) can increase access to the curriculum for students with disabilities. This final segment demonstrates the use of AT within the UDL structure in specific content areas. Case examples are used to guide learners through the use of AT and continued conversation about UDL.


Reach and Teach All Students: UDL and AT

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