Jim Cummins, OISE/University of Toronto
Universal Design in Teaching English Learners: Articulating Evidence-Based New Basics
Universal Design involves designing products and spaces so that they can be used by the widest range of people possible. The presentation applies this principle to teaching ELLs by describing evidence-based instructional principles that are applicable to a wide range of learners (e.g., adults, K–12, refugees, exceptional students).
Program Administration B.
Innovations in Practice C.
Standards in Adult Education D.
Assessment of Learning E.
Removing Barriers to Success
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