Universal Learning Environments

Creating Universally Accessible Classrooms

The final barrier removed in a Universal Learning Environment is the barrier between the school and the community. The school serves as a hub to coordinate wrap-around services for students with complex health and learning needs, ensuring there is a coordinated plan and information flow between home, health professionals, social supports, and the school.

And the community itself serves as a part of the Universal Learning Environment. Hands-on experiential learning for students may involve learning about the sophisticated computerized motor mechanics at a local shop through an educational partnership. These types of partnerships could as easily involve an artist’s studio, a farming operation, or a local manufacturing plant.

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