Universal Design for Learning: Strategies for Teaching to Students of All Abilities

Universal Design for Learning: Strategies for Teaching to Students of All Abilities - Thursday, November 2nd from noon - 1pm

Despite the fact that students with disabilities are a heterogeneous group of students, many share similar challenges with complex multi-step problem solving, limited persistence when frustrated, and curricula that is not designed for accessibility. Despite these challenges, there is emerging evidence that students with disabilities can find success in K-12 CS instruction if they are provided with the necessary supports.  In this webinar, participants will learn about instructional strategies for supporting students with disabilities in K-12 CS instruction. These strategies will focus on increasing access, engagement, and learning. 

Guest Speaker: Dr. Maya Israel, Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of Illinois

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Thursday, November 2, 2017 - 12:00pm


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