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Ignoring and Avoiding Communication Skills: Exploring the Impact on Students with Disabilities

Upcoming Webinar from Present Pal Wednesday 27th October, 3pm EST Featured Speakers: Ed Zirkle (Florida State College, Jacksonville), and Amer Latif (Present Pal) In this webinar, Ed Zirkle and Amer Latif will explore the impact of ignoring and avoiding public speaking
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The UDL Mindset

In order to successfully implement Universal Design for Learning in your space, environment, classroom, etc, it is important to shift into a UDL Mindset. Use these resources to shift your thinking towards the growth and entrepreneurial mindset of UDL: Check
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October Network and Learn

Let your star shine! October Network and Learn: Let’s gather stories from practitioners (e.g., coaches, in-service teachers, administrators, pre-service teachers, higher education instructors) on their UDL-based practices! For this N&L series we welcome practitioners to submit their UDL success stories
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Invitation to the 2019 Southeast Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (SETESOL) Regional Conference

The members of the Sunshine State TESOL (SSTESOL) Conference team are excited to announce that the 2019 Southeast Regional TESOL conference, hosted by the SSTESOL of Florida, will take place from November 6 – 9, 2019 in Orlando, FL. The
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Design Thinking and Universal Design for Learning as a Way to Combat Unwanted Behavior in the Classroom

Cassandra L. Hunt M.Ed. Doctoral Student, University of Kansas Design Thinking (DT) is a five-stage humanistic approach to solving real-world problems that revolves around a deep interest in developing an understanding of the people for whom we are designing. These