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UDL for Language Learners

In this conversation with authors Cary Torres and Kavita Rao, they share a behind the scenes look at their book, UDL for Language Learners, and you gain practical tips to design instruction for all learners.

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Designing instruction to meet the needs of language learners, whose primary language is not the language of instruction, can be overwhelming. Language learners come to our classrooms with varied backgrounds, prior experiences, strengths, and needs. Whether one or multiple primary languages are spoken in your classroom, using Universal Design for Learning can help address the variability of all your learners. In this conversation with authors Cary Torres and Kavita Rao, they share a behind the scenes look at their book, UDL for Language Learners, and you gain practical tips to design instruction for all learners.

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Kavita Rao
Cary Torres

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December 15, 2020
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