UDL Series: Universal Design for Learning and the Every Student Succeeds Act

We hope this Universal Design for Learning (UDL) blog series is helping you find ways to use the framework in your classroom and that you are sharing what you learn and implement with others.

Now that we have introduced UDL and have seen how it can be used to meet the needs of all learners, let’s look at the federal guidance on using UDL in our classrooms.

 


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Read more about UDL in the ESSA and other federal laws and plans.

Reflect on your instruction that provides a “personalized, rigorous learning experience.”  How might the ESSA expectation influence your practice?  Could the UDL framework support your efforts?  Are you willing to share your successes with others?

Join us monthly through July as we discuss the following topics and how the UDL framework can help you close the gap in student achievement! This blog series will culminate with a workshop by Katie Novak, our UDL Distinguished Speaker, on July 27th, 2018!


Registration now available for the workshop:
UDL Now! A Guide to Classroom Application with Author Katie Novak

Participants can choose to attend face-to-face workshop or online workshop.

Register now for face-to-face workshop

Register now for online workshop


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For more information, contact Kim West, kim.west@esc13.txed.net.

One Reply to “UDL Series: Universal Design for Learning and the Every Student Succeeds Act”

  1. Thank you Kim for providing such an amazing avenue to guide, direct, and support both educators and administrators in their knowledge of UDL.
    I have been in the field of special education for almost 20 years now and have found throughout this time that special needs children are often misunderstood and unequally supported.

    The work of yourself and so many others at Region 13 is greatly appreciated.

    Teri Wilde
    Special Education Dept Chair
    Elgin Middle School
    (512) 281-3382 ext. 1584
    teri.wilde@elginisd.net

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