Speakers: Marianela Ayub & Claudia Ourthe-Cabalé.
For years, educators have become aware of the importance of differentiated instruction and the positive effect it has on student performance. As we face today’s challenges new questions arise: How can we still address all students’ diverse needs in the virtual classroom? What non-virtual practices can be transferred to the virtual learning experience to cater to our students’ needs and our curriculum goals?
Through the exploration of the Universal Design for Learning (DUA) we will think together and co-construct experiences to take back to enrich our distance learning classrooms.