4 Different Ways To Evaluate Student Progress In the Inclusive Class

By Nicole Eredics

One of the most common questions I am asked about inclusive education is how do teachers educate so many diverse learners in one classroom? My response usually involves an explanation of techniques that inclusive teachers use such as Universal Design for Learning(UDL for short). In brief, UDL involves giving instruction that presents information and content in various ways, gives students different ways to show what they know, and stimulates an interest in more learning.

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