Universal Design for Learning: Supporting Diverse Learners in the Classroom


Event Location

Hickman Hall 132
Dena Novak leading an Active Learning Community session

Universal Design for Learning is a framework designed to created flexible learning environments that support and accommodate diverse learners. It focuses on identifying core learning goals, and providing multiple means of representation, expression, and engagement in an effort to break down barriers to those goals. UDL strategies help to provide pathways to learning that are essential for students with disabilities, and beneficial for all.  In this Active Learning Community workshop, led by Dena Novak of Teaching & Learning with Technology, you’ll learn a bit about what UDL is all about and practical tips for how you can implement it in your own classroom. Come prepared with a device to explore the UDL Guidelines on your own, and ideas for a lesson or activity you’d like to revise to be more flexible and inclusive!

Visit the registration page to sign up.