Debunking the Myths and Demystifying the Meaning of Universal Design in Special Education
Sharon Plante with Bryan Dean, Katie Novak
In this episode we discuss universal design and clarify its relvance to general and special education.
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January 31, 2015 Special Education
Bryan Dean is currently an educational consultant and instructional designer for a large intermediate school district in MI, where he develops professional learning opportunities centered around UDL, Cultures of Thinking, student engagement, and accessible curriculum. Katie Novak is currently the Assistant Superintendent of the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District and is the author of best-selling book on inclusive education, UDL Now!
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