universal design for learning

Universal Design for Learning
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a flexible educational framework for designing instructional methods, materials, and activities in an effort to provide equal access for all learners with varying abilities and backgrounds. Download our handout on examples for using the principles of UDL with young children. Read more →
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September 12, 2017
Toying with Tech: Early Coding and Computational Thinking in a Museum Setting
This blog post was written by TEC Center’s 20161-7 Informal Education Intern, Jessica Kubacki Toying with Tech Children giving and responding to directions to code their way through a maze. What is coding and why are many educators introducing coding to young children? There are mixed messages about the Read more →
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