EXPERTS: Kelli Suding and Susan Shapiro
When educators use the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Guidelines as a lens for designing literacy instruction, they increase the likelihood that all students will have access to learning and agency as learners.
One of the most powerful special education options is assistive technology, commonly referred to as “AT”, and yet sometimes, the use of AT, in the context of literacy instruction, is viewed as “cheating”. This webinar debunks this myth and describes the ways AT is a powerful tool for building access and agency into literacy learning!
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