Bartholomew's Elevated Path Leads Through UDL

November 2015
School Administrator;Nov2015, Vol. 72 Issue 10, p33
The article discusses how Bartholomew Consolidated Schools in Columbus, Indiana has adopted the universal design for learning (UDL) as its framework for instruction and curriculum. Topics discussed include the alignment of UDL with the state's requirements for a teacher evaluation process, the school district's focus on individualized learning and the positive outcomes of UDL.


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