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Wednesday, April 25 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
UDL Implementation in the Math Classroom: Practical Applications for Monday's Lessons

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It is relatively simple to articulate the core principles of UDL to PK-12 educators. Preparing them to apply these principles in meaningful and effective ways, however, can be difficult. This is especially the case the more one attends to the detailed guidelines they encompass or focuses on the teaching of a particular content area. In this poster session, attendees will be introduced to a wealth of evidence-based and research-based practical strategies for teaching mathematics, aligned to the UDL guidelines. In addition to the physical poster, handouts detailing these strategies and relevant resources differentiated by grade band will be provided. Finally, a short video will play repeatedly to engage visitors in the exploration of these ideas. The emphasis will be on how the flexible differentiation that UDL motivates can help all learners, especially those struggling or receiving services for disabilities, gain the access to quality mathematics learning they are often denied.

Speakers
avatar for Harold Campbell

Harold Campbell

Harold Campbell has spent more than twenty-two years in the field of mathematics. He has taught a diverse group of students, kindergarten through college, including students with disabilities, English language learners and others designated “at risk.” He has also served as department... Read More →
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Amy McDonald

Amy McDonald currently works as a mathematics specialist in Exceptional Student Services with the Arizona Department of Education. She is also finishing her PhD in Teaching and Teacher Education at the University of Arizona. Amy boasts early childhood, elementary, secondary mathematics... Read More →



Wednesday April 25, 2018 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Courtyard/South Poolside