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Monday, July 31 • 1:30pm - 1:48pm
UDL for Preventative Juvenile Justice

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With all the debate on school testing, schools fail to collect data on the skills that can often most effectively predict who will struggle in school and how to help those learners before they fail. Learn how data on cognitive skills can improve your approach to UDL and outcomes for all learners. Our case study will clearly demonstrate the importance of cognitive data in serving all populations, most particularly at-risk youth. The data is likely to astonish you! Most importantly, you will leave this session with free and efficient methods to evaluate cognitive skills and have strategies to support your learners. These 18 minutes will empower you to significantly improve outcomes for all your learners, particularly those most at risk.

Please make use of our free attention screener and free toolbox here. Social justice starts with accurate understanding of all learners. 

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Nancy Weinstein

CEO, Mindprint Learning
I'm the founder and CEO of Mindprint, an online platform that identifies how students naturally learn best and provides recommendations for teachers to more easily deliver instruction in the format that is easiest for each student to understand and remember. I'm also co-author of... Read More →

Monday July 31, 2017 1:30pm - 1:48pm EDT
Alumni Lounge