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Inclusion Mini-Conference

Success for All Students: Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a research based framework used to enable ALL children to gain knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm for learning.  During this mini-conference, families of children with disabilities learned about UDL and ways that this approach can help their children achieve success in the general education classroom.

 

Resources and Handouts from the Mini-Conference

Success for All Students powerpoint

A Route for Every Learner: UDL as a Framework for Supporting Learning and Improving Achievement in All Learners

UDL Guidelines: English and Spanish

UDL and the Transition to a More Challenging Academic Curriculum: Making it in Middle School and Beyond

National Center on UDL: Questions and Answers for Families

National Center on UDL: Questions and Answers for English Language Learners

National Center on UDL: Questions and Answers for Common Core Standards

Nevada Partnership for Inclusive Education: The Promise of Inclusive Education

UDL Resources

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