Balanced Instructional Support and Challenge in Universally Designed Learning Environments
Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 16, Number 4, ISSN 0162-6434
This article suggests a future where accessibility and the universal design of the education environment is no longer an issue and the focus is on universal design for learning. The supports necessary to ensure progress will, from the very beginning, be built into the instructional methods and learning materials. (Contains 1 reference.) (Author/CR)
Hitchcock, C. (2001). Balanced Instructional Support and Challenge in Universally Designed Learning Environments. Journal of Special Education Technology, 16(4), 23-30.
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