2018 CoSN Conference Presentation - UDL and Technology: Ensuring Transformative Technology Benefits All Learners

American Institutes for Research; Center on Technology & Disability
The last decade has seen an explosion in the advancement of educational technology tools and accessibility features that support universally designed learning experiences and instruction that meets the needs of diverse learners and students with disabilities.  However, in order to achieve the goal of transforming the educational experience through the use of technology, states, districts, and school-based staff will need to enhance their infrastructure and professional learning to ensure the technology is integrated to support personalized learning both in and out of school. In this session, participants will learn more about best practices and requirements for digital accessibility and will discuss strategies to effectively apply Universal Design for Learning principles to technology planning.
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School-wide Tech Implementation: 
Leadership Teams
Professional Development
Technology Access and Support
Supporting Struggling Students: 
Universal Design for Learning

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