In this cohort we will explore the powerful framework of (UDL) that was created to eliminate inequalities in learning. UDL works to accommodate the needs, abilities and learning styles of ALL students. By doing so, students are provided with multiple means of representation to reach multiple sensory modalities. UDL helps remove the barriers and obstacles of learning while adding equitable engagement opportunities for all students.
In this PLCohort, participants will be able to
- Recognize the different types of students and their learning styles.
- Provide options for perception, expression and comprehension within the classroom
- Modify course accessibility after reviewing checklist.
- Reflect and collaborate on one strategy that could be implemented within your course.
2/4/2022; 2/11/2022; 2/18/2022; 3/4/2022; 3/25/2022; 4/29/2022
Professional Learning Points:
At the conclusion of this PLCohort, participants will have engaged in many discussions over the UDL process. They will pick at least one strategy and incorporate it into a lesson in the upcoming session. Participants will share a short presentation with peers showcasing how they used this strategy in their lesson. They will then complete a final reflection and future action plan.
Teaching & Learning Effectiveness Documentation Questions
Deadline for the Deliverable Form is 5/13/2022.
Michaela Dodson- Instructional Designer
How to Register for CTL Classes
If you have any issues registering please contact Cheryl Oldham at 371-5941, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.