Making the UDL Framework Universal: Implications for Individuals With Intellectual Disability
The article reports on the intellectually disabled (ID) students along with multiple disabilities individuals who spend the most of their school day in inclusive environments. Discussed is the Universal Design for Learning which is a set of principles, guidelines and checkpoints for curriculum and instruction design and development that seek to give all individuals equal opportunities to learn and be considered as a framework for inclusion of ID individuals in preK-12 setting and postsecondary.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Smith, S. J.,
(2017). Making the UDL Framework Universal: Implications for Individuals With Intellectual Disability. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 55(1), 2-3.
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