Using Universal Design in Learning for Google Classroom

ID: 51799 Type: Virtual Paper
  1. David Hooks, San Angelo Independent School District, United States
  2. Lesley Casarez, Angelo State University, United States

Abstract: Utilizing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in online courses ensures accessibility for all learners UDL promotes equal opportunities for all learners, including not only those with disabilities, but also non-traditional learners, English language learners, gifted and talented learners, and others This paper will examine the definitions and uses of UDL, the definition and uses of Google Classroom, and how the two interact to provide learners with online courses that meet their specific and individual needs


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