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Interdisciplinary Journal of Teaching and Learning

2011 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Universal Design for Learning: Assistance for Teachers in Today's Inclusive Classrooms

    Sally A. Spencer

    Universal design for learning (UDL) is a valuable tool for the proactive planning of engaging, accessible lessons in today's diverse classrooms. UDL focuses on three core principles--representation... More

    pp. 10-22

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  2. Independence and Interdependence: An Analysis of Pre-Service Candidates' Use of Focused Assignments on an Electronic Discussion Forum during the Initial Field Experience

    Audrey A. Fisch & Deborah J. Bennett

    This article describes a case study using an electronic learning platform for creating an interactive learning community through asynchronous discussion to enhance the initial field experience of... More

    pp. 23-42

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  3. An Examination of Learning Formats on Interdisciplinary Teamwork Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions

    Carole K. Ivey & Evelyn Reed

    Although interdisciplinary teamwork is a recommended practice and important for coordinated interdisciplinary programming in special education, there is limited research on pedagogical practices to... More

    pp. 43-55

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