Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that guides the design of courses and learning environments to appeal to the largest number of learners. It emphasizes flexibility in how instructional material is presented, how students demonstrate their knowledge and skills, and in how they are engaged in learning. In this workshop, learn about UDL principles and discuss how they might be implemented within your own teaching practice.
By the end of the workshop participants should be able to:
- Give a couple of examples of each of the three principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
- Contextualize UDL principles for their own work environment
- Identify three strategies to implement within the courses they teach
This workshop can be used toward the Emerging Teachers Development Program.
This workshop is offered to support the vision and work of the campus mental health strategy teaching and learning subcommittee
Please Note: This is a synchronous format course and a zoom invite will be sent to you an hour before the start time.
If you want to earn credit for this course you are required to participate in the entire zoom session.
Applies Towards the Following Certificate(s)
- Emerging Teachers Development Badge for Graduate Students : Optional Courses
- Emerging Teachers Development Badge for Postdoctoral Scholars : Optional Courses
- Graduate Student Certificate in University Teaching and Learning : Emerging Teachers Development Badge - Optional Courses
- Postdoctoral Scholars Certificate in University Teaching and Learning : Emerging Teachers Development Badge - Optional Courses