Universal design for learning
When it comes to the universal design for learning (UDL) the primary intention is to make the learning process as inclusive as possible. Therefore, the primary demand is to build different modes of learning aimed at deriving the same content and assessment (Meyer, Rose & Gordon, 2014). Thus, under the UDL, all students with different capabilities have equal opportunity when it comes to accessing the education besides being subjected to the same assessment intention
Children Who Are Recently Arrived in the Community: Evaluation of the Programs
Ensuring a comprehensive development in childhood is a determinant of future positive outcomes of both individual and, more generally, community growth as a whole.
Contrasting Education Equity Plans
The aim of this paper is to examine the equity plan for the state of Georgia and evaluate it in contrast to that of the state of Kentucky.
Analysis of Chip and Dan Heaths Book
Chip and Dan Heath in their book Switch: How to change things when change is hard discuss the steps of implementing changes in organizations.
This paper defines the concept of the collaborative consultation and then proceeds to highlight its benefits, challenges, and efficacy.
Teachers Best Lesson Plan for Dyslexia Students
The current paper analyzes the evidence of the existence of dyslexia as presented by various research results and explores the strategies that can be adopted to support dyslexic individuals.