Monthly Archives: April 2012

Strategies to Include Students: Individual Fingerprints with UDL

This video has an overview of how students’ unique fingerprints require educators to minimize the barriers and maximize the learning with flexible curriculum that offers more than access, but challenging work that fuels all students’ interests.  

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IDEA Partnership’s Collaborative Work on Common Core State Standards  

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Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a way for students with disabilities to access the knowledge and skills in classrooms. The UDL principles are based upon neuroscience with a belief that curriculum should be diversely presented by educators and expressed … Continue reading

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Lessons to be Learned from CEC’s Yes I Can Ceremony!

These Wordles depict the most popular comments from Council for Exceptional Children’s Yes I Can Ceremony on 4/13/12 in Denver. They offer visual insights on how these remarkable young individuals achieved such incredible feats. YES, YOU certainly CAN! Congratulations to … Continue reading

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