UDL Connect

Online Community of Practice for UDL Implementors


PowerUp What Works

PowerUp WHAT WORKS offers teachers, principals, school leaders, PD coordinators, or teacher educators customizable resources to improve teaching and learning for struggling students and those with disabilities. Join this community of practice is you want to:

  • Share evidence-based practices and resources that align with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
  • Learn about technology in schools and classrooms to support effective instruction for all learners
  • Share ideas about personalization of learning through UDL and differentiated instruction
  • Engage in discussions with professionals from across the world

PowerUp WHAT WORKS is funded through a five year grant by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)

Website: http://powerupwhatworks.org/
Members: 3
Latest Activity: Apr 2, 2016

Discussion Forum

How does PUWW support your PD work?

In today’s technology-rich world, professional development extends beyond face-to-face professional learning activities (e.g., workshops, mentoring, coaching, study groups, and professional learning…Continue

Started by National Center on UDL Sep 26, 2014.

How do you employ PUWW to support a school-wide initiative?

School leader (principal and those representing special education, technology, curriculum, and assessment) are critical to support the implementation of a school-wide implementation process. How do…Continue

Started by National Center on UDL Sep 26, 2014.

How does PUWW support classroom educators?

To support classroom educators, PowerUp Your Classroom provides 20 Instructional Strategy Guides; 12 for English Language Arts (ELA) and 8 for Math. Each Instructional Strategy Guide includes the…Continue

Started by National Center on UDL Sep 26, 2014.

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Comment by Roger White on April 2, 2016 at 3:18pm

Thanks for accepting my invite!
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