Session 1: The Framework that Guides Us: Universal Design for Learning
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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a process of designing curriculum to accommodate all learners from the beginning. Because UDL is focused on creating lessons from the ground up, remote learning provides an opportunity to rethink what guides us as we create and teach lessons that meet the needs of all our students. This workshop will enhance your ability to use principles of UDL in person and through remote teaching.

7/30/2020
When: July 30, 2020
1:00-2:30 PM Eastern
Where: Online Zoom meeting
United States
Contact: Dina Traniello


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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a process of designing curriculum to accommodate all learners from the beginning. Because UDL is focused on creating lessons from the ground up, remote learning provides an opportunity to rethink what guides us as we create and teach lessons that meet the needs of all our students. This workshop will enhance your ability to use principles of UDL in person and through remote teaching.

This is part one of a three part webinar series, What’s Good in the Classroom is Good Remotely: Planning for Teaching and Learning for an Uncertain Future. You receive a sixth off the price when you register for the complete series. Learn more about the complete series here.