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We, as a national center, aim to develop, research, and use the design that promotes the positive impact of educational technology in special education, early intervention, and related services. Check on this post to read more about Design within the CIDDL framework.

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Tools and Tips for Gathering Student Feedback

Author: Tania Lee; info@ciddl.org One approach to checking in with students is by calling on raised hands during class. However, this may only give you a limited view of the …

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Building Effective Professional Learning Networks to Improve Engagement

Author: Ling Zhang; Richard A. Carter info@ciddl.org Extensive research suggests that effective professional development (PD) programs usually build on teachers’ previous knowledge, meet personal development needs, provide active learning opportunities, …

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Creating System-Wide Change for the Provision of Accessible Educational Materials

Author: Nicholas Hoekstra info@ciddl.org In the July 2021 CIDDL Research and Practice Brief, we interviewed Cynthia Curry, who is the Director of Technical Assistance and Program Director at the National Center on Accessible …

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Occupational Therapy Student Telehealth Experiences

Author: Jake Benich, Hannah Stoll, Grace Fulton; info@ciddl.org Who We Are?  We are new occupational therapy (OT) graduates who recently completed their doctoral capstone projects involving telehealth. Our projects involved …

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Using UDL and Technology to enhance Learning for All

Author: Nicholas Hoekstra info@ciddl.org In the June CIDDL Research and Practice Brief, we interview Dr. Loui Lord Nelson. Dr. Nelson is an author, consultant, and host of the podcast UDL …