UDL Now: Diving into Universal Design for Learning - Summer 2020
As a teacher, you are faced with educating students with a unique mix of strengths and weaknesses in a single classroom. Inclusiveness brings social justice and equity to our schools, but it also requires that we change the way we educate and remove barriers to learning so all students have equal opportunity.
3.6 CEUs | 36 contact hours
3-credits available for an additional fee (contact Lindie Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org)
This course will provide opportunities for PK-12 practitioners to personalize their UDL implementation experience. The goal of this course is to give all educators the foundation to be able to proactively design lessons that support and challenge all students, regardless of variability.
Each module will include a variety of materials, beyond printed text, to increase the options of representation and increase engagement throughout the course. Additionally, although educators are required to design and implement a UDL strategy or lesson in each module and reflect on the effectiveness of the strategy, there will be numerous options for action and expression so all course assignments are relevant, authentic, meaningful and aligned to educator practice.
- Lindie Johnson