Recorded Webinar - April 11, 2013
Implementing Universal Design for Learning Principles in my Teaching
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a curriculum framework that emphasizes an integration of multiple learning strategies and content enhancements, in addition to multimedia presentation and digital materials that promote accessibility. Flexible digital media and resources can provide access to the general education curriculum for all students. The relationship of UDL with Differentiated Instruction (DI) and Response to Intervention (RTI) is discussed. Specific tools and resources beneficial for implementing UDL principles that are free and accessible to educators are shared with participants.
This webinar provides information for special education directors, special education and general education teachers.
The first webinar on this subject, "Universal Design for Learning – What is it and where does it fit in my teaching? was on March 19, 2013.
Presented by Dr. Nancy Aguinaga, Assistant Professor, Southeast Missouri State University.
View the recorded webinar(Appx. 55 minutes)
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