In this webinar, Dr. Ralabate will walk you through the process of applying Universal Design for Learning to effective lesson planning.
Join Alexandra Dunn, speech language pathologist at Upper Canada District School Board, and Heather Snider, grade 2/3 teacher at Glen Tay Public School in Perth, Ontario, Canada, as they talk about collaborative learning environments built around the tenets of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Starting with World Autism Awareness Day, April brings us a month of celebrating each unique individual who is a brother, sister, son, daughter, aunt, uncle, neighbor, student, or friend.
How can educators, practitioners and parents best use technology in natural environments to include children in grades preK-5 with developmental and learning differences? In this webinar, Tamara Kaldor M.S. shared strategies for using technology to support children in grades preK-5 affected by autism spectrum disorders (ASD), sensory processing disorders (SPD), communication disorders, learning disabilities, and other developmental differences.
The overall benefits of cloud based data and mobile management as well as touch and other usability features of these technologies are relevant for teaching reading and literacy as well as writing tools.
Universal Design for Leaning, also known as UDL, helps teachers create targeted instruction to address every type of learning. When paired with technology this framework becomes even more effective.