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Friday, November 7 • 8:00am - 8:55am
Real-Life Success: The Impact of Universal Design for Learning with Students with Intensive Special Needs.

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Meet a group of students from the Hartford Autism Regional Program. Follow their educational journeys and learn how to provide Universal Design for Learning. Follow the yellow-brick road using research-based, instructional lessons, aligned to the Common Core Standards, which “connect-the-dots” in creative classroom lessons. Get a multitude of ideas of how to successfully bridge the gap between learners - making your curriculum planning easier while guaranteeing meaningful inclusion and learning for ALL.


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Angela Dougher

Special Educator, Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union
My name is Angela Dougher. I am currently a special educator in the behavior program for the Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union. Prior to that, I was a special educator and co-director of the Hartford Autism Regional Program (H.A.R.P.). At HARP I worked primarily with students who used a communication device as their primary means of communication. | I am a mother of two beautiful children. Cadence, who is 4 years old and Bradley who is 1. My... Read More →

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Friday November 7, 2014 8:00am - 8:55am
Escapade I

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