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What really works with universal design for learning, editors, Wendy W. Murawski, Kathy Lynn Scott

Table Of Contents
Introduction -- What really works for content areas -- UDL and literacy : setting the stage for language success -- UDL and mathematics : making algebra accessible -- UDL and social studies : applying project-based learning -- UDL and science : integrating STEM -- UDL and the performing arts : inspiring creativity -- What really works for behavior -- UDL and executive functioning : unlocking the capacity for learning -- UDL and positive behavior supports : making classroom management positive -- UDL and adaptive behavior : addressing conceptual, social, and practical skills -- What really works for instruction -- UDL and co-teaching : establishing the perfect union -- UDL and assistive technology : utilizing technology beyond mere accessibility -- UDL and implementation fidelity : providing consistency within flexibility -- What really works for special populations -- UDL and advancement : unblocking the traffic jam -- UDL and early childhood : giving young children choices too -- UDL and students with emotional/behavioral disorders : promoting self-managers -- What really works beyond the classroom -- UDL and administrators : leading the charge -- UDL and home school collaboration : partnering for empowerment -- UDL and policy : considering legal implications -- A conclusion to UBL : taking baby steps to change
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non fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource (329 pages), illustrations
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