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- Rice, Samaria (foreword)
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Antiracism and Universal Design for Learning
Building Expressways to Success389
Andratesha Fritzgerald presents Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in a new light: As an effective framework to teach Black and Brown students. Drawing vivid portraits of her classroom instruction in urban over the past two decades, Fritzgerald shows teachers how to open new roads of communication, engagement, and skill-building for their students. The result? Helping students become expert, lifelong learners who feel honored and loved.
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Praise for Antiracism and Universal Design for Learning
"This book will inspire the brilliant teacher in all of us."
David Rose, CAST Co-Founder
"Antiracism and UDL is exactly what the field of UDL needs now. Brilliant!
Katie Novak, Author and UDL Expert
"The book we have been waiting for!"
Kathy Wahl, Director of the Inclusion Collaborative, Santa Clara County Office of Education
"A must read for all educators engaging in antiracism work."
Hillary Goldthwaite-Fowles, Author and Inclusive Education Consultant
"Teachers in all school settings can benefit [from this book.]"
Dr. Henry Pettiegrew II, Superintendent of East Cleveland Schools
"Fritzgerald leaves the reader with many 'I got it!' moments.
Deborah L. Plummer, PhD, Author and Editor
"A testament to the hard work, dedication and vision of [Tesha] Fritzgerald."
Pamela Donaldson, Cleveland Program Director, Facing History and Ourselves
"A marvelous resource [for] authentic antiracist UDL-based practice."
Mirko Chardin, Co-Author, Equity by Design: The Power and Promise of UDL
"A timely and powerful call to action!"
Andratesha Fritzgerald, EdS, serves as Director of Teaching, Learning and Innovation for the East Cleveland (OH) City School Districts and has been a teacher and leader in urban schools for nearly 20 years. Her life's work is to awaken, celebrate and activate the brilliance of teachers, leaders, and students to actualize achievement wherever it seems impossible. She has been a speaker at CAST's annual UDL Symposium and state conferences for teachers, and is a keynote speaker and professional development provider with Novak Educational Consulting. A self-proclaimed Jeapordy enthusiast and imagination expert, Fritzgerald loves writing and dreaming out loud with her husband, two children, and committed educators who believe in academic success for all.
foreword by samaria rice, mother of tamir rice
prologue: invitation to trouble
Chapter 1: UDL: Honor and Transformation
Chapter 2: Just Teach
Chapter 3: Safety Checks on the UDL Expressway
Chapter 4: The UDL Expressway
Chapter 5: Engagement as License to Learn
Chapter 6: Representation: Honoring by Invitation
Chapter 7: Action and Expression: Honoring by Releasing
Chapter 8: Failure as Feedback for Excellence
Chapter 9: Constructing a Universally Designed, Antiracist Classroom
Chapter 10: Conclusions and Invitations
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