T&L 2900: VIR: Universal Design for Learning

This workshop is intended as an introduction to Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL is a, "set of principles for curriculum development that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn" (CAST, 2012). Students will explore the advantages of designing curriculum with UDL, as well as a variety of technology tools that support its implementation. Over the course of the workshop, students will work with an existing lesson plan to address the three principals of UDL, successfully integrate technology, and better meet the needs of students in their classrooms.

Course Objectives:

  • Discuss the origin of UDL and its adaptation to a set of principles for education.
  • Explore the potential of UDL to positively impact the modern classroom.
  • Identify technologies to address each of the three principles of UDL.
  • Adapt an existing lesson plan to meet the principles of UDL and technology integration.
  • Reflect on the UDL model and its application.
  • Please refer to the Course Resource document for more course information (requirements, grading, etc.)

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    Course Resources
    Universal Design for Learning (Course at a Glance) (PDF Document)

     Session Details

    Schedule: Once the course is paid in full, you will receive access to your course and will have up to 4 months to complete. Course access is typically granted within 5-8 business days after payment is processed. Work at your own pace.

    Cancellation Policy

    No refund is available after access has been given to course materials.

    Instructor or Facilitator

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    David Beyers