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Wednesday, April 25 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Teacher Candidates’ Perspectives on Culturally Responsive Teaching and UDL: Recommendations for making connections.

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As UDL now is incorporated into law to support the needs of all learners, it is essential for teacher candidates to understand how to apply UDL in the classroom. This study presents findings of a group of 24 preservice teachers who learned to incorporate the UDL guidelines and apply them with the culturally responsive pedagogy in a multicultural education course. Qualitative analysis indicates that the case study created avenues which enhanced preservice teachers’ educational experience and their ability to apply UDL concepts and tie them to social justice and culturally responsive pedagogy. Practical examples of how to extend the finding to practice will be provided including Concept maps, suggestions for lessons, and other on-line resources.

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Dr. Craig Blum

I am a Professor at Illinois State University Department of Special Education. I have presented and co-authored many papers and chapters on UDL and early childhood education. I have also co-authored two books, Instructional Technology in Early Childhood Education and Effective RTI... Read More →
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Dr. Mirand Lin

I am Associate Professor in  Early Childhood Education in the School of Teaching and Learning at Illinois State University. I present nationally and internationally on culturally responsive pedagogy, and I have authored and co-authored numerous papers and chapters on cultural responsive... Read More →

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