Universal Design for Learning Summer Reading List

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By Lisa Carey, M.A., CILSE Education Consultant
June 28, 2016

While many teachers have the summer “off” and spend their days re-charging, we know that most teachers also spend ample time planning for the upcoming school year.  Summer is a great time to get in some professional reading. Looking for some new books to check out? We’ve created a list of some of our favorite books about Universal Design for Learning (UDL).  You’ll notice that some of the books on this list are not specific to UDL.  We consider these related texts to be companions to UDL and excellent sources of information to help you on your UDL implementation journey.  Don’t feel like spending time with your nose in a book? Check out our post on UDL digital resources!  Have a wonderful summer! 




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