Tech Strategies for Universal Design for Learning: Leveraging Technology to Support All Students

Focus Area: Students with Disabilities

Instructional Coaches, Teachers

Phase: Targeted Support

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Scaffolds, equity, access, and relationships—this is how teachers meet diverse student needs and can best support students with disabilities or students receiving special education support. This workshop offers UDL principles to support every student but takes on a lens that lends itself to meeting the needs of a specific audience and the different learning modalities that teachers can use to support that audience.


This workshop is intended to support teachers and coaches in building the mindset, awareness, and action steps to address gaps stemming from unfinished learning. It can be modified for district and school leadership as well. The target audience for this workshop are individuals that work with and support students with disabilities and/or students receiving special education services.


I design lessons that are inclusive for students with disabilities by using UDL principles.

Learning Experience

Define key ideas and challenges in meeting the needs of all learners through UDL principles, especially ELs and special needs students

Explore examples of ways to promote access and scaffolds for students while giving them opportunities to show us what they know

Build a strategic plan for making actionable shifts towards supporting all learners