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Assistant Superintendent, Groton–Dunstable Regional School District
Students have different needs and strengths, and each child learns in unique ways. This is especially true for kids with learning and attention issues. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for designing curriculum (what is taught) and instruction (how it’s taught) to meet these diverse needs. UDL uses a set of principles to create flexibility for students.
In this webinar, expert Katie Novak will introduce you to UDL and what it can do for your child. She’ll give you concrete ways to support your child’s teacher and school as they put UDL into practice.
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