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Wednesday, March 29 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
UDL Implementation in the Math Classroom: Practical Applications for Monday’s Lessons

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The goal of this session is to inspire and equip educators to craft UDL-based mathematics instruction intentionally in order to provide all students access to high levels of mathematics and multiple opportunities for success. This session will focus on how to apply core UDL tenets specifically to the teaching of mathematics in PK-12 classrooms. The emphasis will be on how such instruction can help struggling students, and particularly those with disabilities, become successful in mathematics at their grade level. We will provide practical UDL examples, differentiated by grade level, for educators and educational leaders to take back to their worksites on Monday.

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Harold Campbell

Math Specialist, State of Arizona
Harold Campbell has spent more than twenty-two years in the field of mathematics. He has taught a diverse group of students, kindergarten through college, including students with disabilities, English language learners, and others designated “at risk.” He has also served as department head, math coach, and district math specialist. He is currently a Math Specialist with the Arizona Department of Education. Harold has presented at regional... Read More →
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Amy McDonald

Education Program Specialist, State of Arizona
Amy McDonald is a Ph.D. student and Math Specialist with the Arizona Department of Education, in the ESS Division. She holds elementary, secondary mathematics, and administrator certifications, and boasts teaching and administrative experience at multiple levels. She has served as Math Department Head and Instructional Coach and taught mathematics at every grade, preschool through high school. She passionately advocates high expectations and... Read More →


Wednesday March 29, 2017 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Cypress 2, 3, 4