TIES Building Engagement with Distance Learning Series: An Example of UDL and Online Collaboration (DL #30)
- Mark Turek, Deborah Taub, Jesse Harrington, Jackie Baughman, Mary Beth Calvin, Michaela Holcomb
"What does it look like?" has always been one of the biggest questions about including students with significant cognitive disabilities. This post is one example of how a middle school in Carroll County, MD moved their Universal Design for Learning (UDL) lesson planning process online as a result of COVID. It includes the process and examples of the actual work.
Turek, M., Taub, D., Harrington, J., Baughman, J., Calvin, M. B., & Holcomb, M. (2021). An Example of UDL and Online Collaboration. Ties Center.