Insight into Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how to incorporate assistive technologies (AT) into this set of principles for curriculum development is essential to ensuring that educators and administrators are able to deliver appropriate instruction to every student. By learning the best practices for individualized student instruction, educators can ensure every student has the opportunity to learn.
The newest free webinar from PresenceLearning, titled “Universal Design for Learning and Assistive Technology: What Do They Have in Common?,” will take place Friday, May 18th from 1-2 PM ET/ 10-11 am PT. Perfect for special education directors, early childhood interventionists, and other administrators concerned with special needs, it will feature insight from leading authors and early childhood specialists, Kathleen Sadao, Ed.D., and Nancy Robinson, Ph.D. Throughout this webinar, attendees will hear about the practical and affordable solutions for district-wide UDL and AT implementation. In addition, all webinar attendees with be given a 20% discount on the purchase of Sadao’s and Robinson’s new book, “Assistive Technology for Young Children, Creating Inclusive Learning Environments.”