By The Understood Team
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a way of teaching that addresses students’ unique learning needs. To get an idea of how schools can implement UDL, watch this video, courtesy of founding partner the Center for Applied Special Technology.
Ginny Osewalt is certified in elementary and special education, with experience in inclusion, resource room and self-contained settings.
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