Introduction to Universal Design for Learning (Rms 1/2)
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) provides educators with a structure to develop their instruction to meet the wide range of diversity among all learners. UDL is a research-based framework that suggests that a onesize-fits-all approach to curricula is not effective. Participants will learn about many aspects of UDL, including the principles, components, and how it works with initiatives and structures already existing in schools.
Outcomes A basic understanding of the history, purpose, and research behind UDL. Review and outline the UDL components including the principles, guidelines, and checkpoints. Discover and explore a variety of UDL resources to use and share with others. Action plan next steps regarding UDL implementation.
This training is designed for principals or building leaders, general education and special education teachers, curriculum directors/coordinators, guidance counselors, and directors of pupil services.
What to Bring
Participants should bring a laptop or other wi-fi enabled device.
Cost: $75 per person for School Improvement Member
$175 per person for non-School Improvement Member
Fee covers registration, materials, and a networking lunch.