Universal Design for Learning and Technology: Making Connections

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Untitled-1Universal 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.  In this months Teaching Students with Autism webinar, presenters Elizabeth Dalton and Lauren Stafford discussed principles of UDL and how technology can help.  They also talked about skills students need to be successful in the classroom and shared helpful for students with autism and other communication-related challenges. This program is presented by Elizabeth M. Dalton, Ph.D., Director,Development and Research, TechACCESS of RI, with Lauren Stafford, M.Ed., Vice President, Research and Professional Development for Monarch Teaching Technologies

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