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Shifting Preservice Teachers' Perspectives

The purpose of this session is to share our vision of an undergraduate special education course in which UDL was both deeply embedded as well as part of the content taught to pre-service teachers.

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The goal of special education is to provide students with disabilities with services and supports, which often leads to a deficit view of disability. What if that narrative of support is actually what is preventing teachers from seeing their students as expert learners? The purpose of this session is to share our vision of an undergraduate special education course in which UDL was both deeply embedded as well as part of the content taught to pre-service teachers. Data showing ways in which pre-service teachers shifted their perspectives about students with disabilities and how they learn will also be shared.

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Authors/Creators: 
Rachel Juergensen
Mary Decker

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UDL-IRN

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WCAG v2.0 AA

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Implications for Teaching & Practice

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Posted date:

December 15, 2020
 
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