UDLHacks: 5 Ideas for K-12+ Classrooms

UDL Touchdown: making a play for all learners

About the session

Many educators like the idea of UDL, but are short on time and resources to implement it. But UDL doesn’t have to be overwhelming! This session will offer five ways to integrate the principles of UDL into lessons and learning spaces immediately. Featured hacks include showing “this and that” adding “built-in” breaks, and offering assistive technology to all. These strategies are appropriate for both school age students and post-secondary learners

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