WORKSHOP 20 - Universal Design Features for Increased Access of All Learners

Saturday, March 06, 2021: 9:00 AM  - 12:00 PM 
WKP20 
Workshop 
PDHs:

Abstract

*** THIS WORKSHOP REQUIRES AN ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FEE ***

Whether you're teaching virtually or in-person, ensuring all of your students can access learning is critical. In this workshop, you'll recognize the importance of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in planning not only a lesson's content, but instructional delivery choices. You'll discover considerations you should make when designing your learning experiences. No matter what content you're teaching, if you're co-teaching or leading solo, teaching in-person or online, you'll learn how to make all your work accessible and meaningful for every student.

*** THIS WORKSHOP REQUIRES AN ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FEE *** 

Learner Outcomes

- Understand the importance of Universal Design for Learning tenets
- Identify the variety of barriers to content access for students with and without disabilities
- Implement solutions to barriers that all students can use to reach learning goals 

Session Leader(s)

Kelly Grillo, Cooperative School Services
Daniel McNulty, PATINS, Indianapolis, IN

Primary Topic Area - Required

Learning Disabilities

Secondary Topic Area

Technology in Special Education and Early Intervention