Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Lunch and Learn
From Alex Martinez
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"Universal Design for Learning is a framework aimed at dismantling participation barriers for all students by centering learner variability in curriculum development. The central purpose of UDL is to support all students in becoming expert learners - strategic, skillful, goal-directed, knowledgeable, and motivated to learn more." Rose, D.H. & Meyer, A (2002). Teaching every student in the digital age: Universal design for learning. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Join us to learn from DU faculty and staff about the ways we can work together to create courses that integrate UDL principles, guidelines and checkpoints. Presenters will share examples of what it looks like to provide multiple means of engagement, representation, action, and expression in their courses; and we will cover the range of UDL support available to faculty who are eager to implement this framework in their teaching practice!