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Teaching Students Living in Poverty Through a UDL Lens

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Overview

With an estimated 16 million plus children living in poverty, it is perhaps inevitable that poverty impacts nearly every single community and school in the U.S. and worldwide. As educators, most of us have seen firsthand the effects of poverty in our schools and classrooms, but there are things we can do to help lessen or deal with those effects. Join Matt Bergman as he shares how you can use a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework to address many of the challenges teachers face when working with students living in poverty.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Wednesday, October 25, 2017 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Learning Theories & Strategies, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: at-risk, impact of poverty, learning theories, poverty, RTI, UDL, Universal Design for Learning

Reviews (12)

Full Member
+4
 
I really like the kindness tree idea!
Full Member
+4
 
Another great presentation from Matt Bergman. I have watched a couple from him today, and he has a lot of great information and ideas. I really like the thankful tree idea. I am going to try and implement that in my classroom. Sometimes it is amazing to think what some of our students are dealing with outside of school. I
Full Member
+10
 
Great info!
Full Member
+2
 
This was a great presentation. Well organized.
Full Member
 
lots of good ideas and data
 
This Webinar gives good insight into dealing with children living in poverty
Full Member
 
poverty statistics are heart-breaking, very good ideas to help students handle the situation, thank you!
Full Member
 
Another great presentation from Matt. The statistics on poverty are sobering and heart-breaking. Some great ideas to help these students engage at school.
Full Member
 
Good information. Poverty statistics are unbelievable. THanks for sharing.
Full Member
 
really nice...great info
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