What universal design looks like in the classroom

05/19/2013 | MiddleWeb

In this blog post, special-education teacher Elizabeth Stein shares a lesson that she and her co-teacher used in their inclusive language arts class that incorporates elements of Universal Design for Learning and Common Core State Standards. "UDL is not about causing change. It's about looking for natural connections to what one is already doing that can help diversify instruction," she writes.

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