Webdiffusion d'OAC : How Do School-Based Health Professionals Implement Universal Design for Learning? (2018)

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Wenonah Campbell, M.Sc., PhD
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Presented by Wenonah Campbell, M.Sc., PhD

Authors: Wenonah Campbell, M.Sc., PhD, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON; Jennifer Kennedy, M.Sc., PhD Candidate, OT-Reg, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON; Cheryl Missiuna, PhD, OT-Reg, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON; Nancy Pollock, M.Sc., OT-Reg, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON; Samuel Wu, B.H.Sc. Candidate, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON; Jennifer Yost, PhD, RN, Villanova University, Villanova, PA

Level: Intermediate (Assumes general familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the areas covered.)

Universal design for learning (UDL) is a framework for supporting inclusive education. We performed a scoping review to determine how UDL is described and implemented by allied health professionals (AHPs) in schools. Findings show that AHPs are implementing UDL in a variety of ways; however, they are not using the same language as educators or explicitly connecting what they do to the UDL framework. Our findings provide a broad understanding of how AHPs describe and implement UDL-aligned services in school settings. Overall, UDL is a promising framework for guiding collaboration between AHPs and educators, but more research is needed.

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