UDL and Assistive Tech are very interesting things to compare. 


As I look more in depth into UDL, I see that UDL involves creating a curriculum that allows full inclusion for students. AT involves adapting the curriculum and creating, using, and making use of different tools and concepts that allow students to become a part of the overall "UDL" ideal within a classroom.


It is important to remember that everything involved in Special Education go hand in hand-without one piece of the puzzle, the puzzle cannot be complete.

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