Elizabeth Murray, Sc.D.

Elizabeth (Boo) Murray, Sc.D., applies her technical skills, mathematics background, special education experience, and clinical specialties in incorporating UDL into technology-based educational materials and instruction. Dr. Murray is Co-Principal Investigator for Learning Progressions: Developing an Embedded Formative and Summative Assessment System to Assess and Improve Learning Outcomes for Elementary and Middle School Students with Learning Disabilities in Mathematics. She also serves on another SRI grant, DynaBook: A Digital Resource for Preservice Mathematics Teachers, where she provides focused expertise on the design of UDL features in mathematics resources. She also is a Co-PI on a privately-funded project to investigate how working memory and academic emotion interact to impact algebraic reasoning.

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AIR Informs Episode #6: Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities During COVID-19

Remote learning requires adjustment for all students, but students with disabilities face additional challenges during the COVID-19 quarantine. In the latest episode of AIR Informs, Allison Gandhi, managing researcher and director of AIR’s special education practice area, describes some of these obstacles and shares strategies to help students make the most of this time.