Adaptations for All

The concept of universal design originally came from architecture: why construct a stairs-only building that will require a ramp later when you could simply start with the ramp? The same concept applies to universal design for learning. Why create a classroom environment that requires work-arounds? To help you make learning accessible to more students more easily, this week’s FREE tool is a table of common classroom adaptations that can be incorporated into the fabric of any classroom. Let’s build ramps on Day 1! The table comes from “What Really Works With Exceptional Learners,” an excellent resource for general and special educators looking for reliable, evidence-based information about what works on a broad range of special education topics. CEC’s Tool of the Week is a free resource designed to support you in your special education practice. Subscribe and it’ll be automatically delivered to your inbox!  Get your Tool of the Week.

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