Special Education Leadership

UDL, Cyber and Beyond

  • June 12th, 2018
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In most presentations about Universal Design for Learning, there is one fundamental standard message, and that is that students should have multiple ways to demonstrate understanding, and access to learning using technology. The message is agreeable. However, there is not enough focus on the implementation of the UDL framework within schools, especially cyber charter schools. Although using technology is one way to present information to students, it is not the only way. Lisa Russo, will demonstration ways that UDL can be utilized in a cyber environment but can also be transferred to a brick and mortar classroom with ease before, during and after instruction.

Lisa Russo, Achievement House Cyber Charter School

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