Recorded Webinar - March 19, 2013
Universal Design for Learning – What is it and where does it fit in my teaching?
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an instructional framework based on principles that give all individuals an equal opportunity to learn. A blueprint can be followed to proactively design curricula that will be accessible to the greatest number of students. Diverse student learning needs are no longer the exception, they are the norm. Teaching rigorous curricula to a population of students with incredibly diverse backgrounds and abilities requires proficiency to integrate technology and accessible materials into content instruction. This training will introduce the concept and principles of UDL. Participants will be provided examples of how UDL can be integrated into curriculum development and practical classroom applications for all educators will be shared.
This webinar provides information for special education directors, special education and general education teachers.
A second webinar, "Implementing Universal Design for Learning Principles in my Teaching," will be held on April 11, 2013.
Presented by Dr. Nancy Aguinaga, Assistant Professor, Southeast Missouri State University.
- View the recorded webinar (Approx. 50 minutes)
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