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 Getting to know you the UDL way.

Everything we do involves three major networks in the brain: cooking a meal, driving to work, planting a garden, reading a book. Across and within the brain networks, we all have different combinations of strengths and challenges and these differences shape the ways we learn and work most effectively.

We offer this activity to get you thinking about how your brain works, and how your unique strengths and challenges affect your willlingness and ability to engage in different tasks.


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