This project is developing and testing comprehensive science curricula for the middle school and high school. Project partners are creating heuristics for universally designed materials; building an open source UDL Inquiry Science System (ISS) that enables science curricula to be transformed into digitally supported versions incorporating UDL features; and using the ISS to produce exemplars of units from tested instructional materials and evaluate the benefits of these exemplars for students with and without learning disabilities.
Universal Design of Inquiry-based Middle and High School Science Curricula (Collaborative Research: Foster)
September 15, 2007 to August 31, 2010
Dan Zalles, SRl
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