Allow multiple pathways to learning by incorporating universal design that is inclusive and accessible for all students.

by Stacey Todd

All Grades

In this series of videos, I invite participants to think creatively and expansively about how they could make their curriculum more universally accessible to all students, especially students with disabilities.

Part One: Introduction

In part one of the workshop, I describe my strategies for insuring that curriculum is designed to include all students and especially students with disabilities.

Part Two: Everyday a Puzzle

In part two of the workshop, participants work in groups to brainstorm ways they could represent a concept, ways to engage students, and ways students can express understanding.

Part Three: Sharing to the Group

In part three of the workshop, each group reports to the larger group about the results of their brainstorming sessions.