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The Fine Arts are UDL!

Stephen

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Comment by Don Glass on November 29, 2011 at 12:58pm

Indeed Stephen! That was one the reasons that got me interested in UDL in the first place- one look across the UDL Guidelines, I could see arts concepts and language popping out everywhere! The UDL Guidelines 2.0 actually have some more arts specific language and examples included.

CAST also has a book coming out from the Guilford Press that will help make this point. Patti Ganley, Kati Blair, and I did a chapter on how the arts can provide rich, engaging, and meaningful options.

In January, I'll be blogging about the arts and UDL connection in preparation for a series of UDL professional learning opportunities for the Whole Schools Initiative of the Mississippi Arts Commission. I am hoping to get more states arts agencies and their state education department counter-parts to see arts teaching and learning as a powerful set of options for everyone to support comprehension, meaning-making, and engagement.

You have inspired me to start a new UDL Connect Group: Arts and UDL

Cheers! I'll have what you are drinking.

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