The What, the Why, and the How of Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an educational framework that is informed by the learning sciences and neuroscience with regard to how people learn.   It is a framework designed to enhance and improve teaching and learning for all learners.  In this interactive session, you will develop an understanding of UDL. You will have an opportunity to redesign one of your courses (bring a course syllabus) by exploring how to implement each of the three key principles (multiple forms of engagement, representation, and action and expression).  Further, you will be asked to share your strategies for integrating the three principles and to explore additional ideas for embedding UDL in your teaching practice.

Date(s) 
November 24, 2017 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Location 
Learning Studio F (TI 250)
Guest Facilitator(s) 
Jennifer Lock
Amy Burns
Evelyn Hickey
Max Attendees 
30
Cost 
No Cost
Event Category 
Educational Development
Workshop for 
All
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