Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

This is the fifth in our Inclusion Series.  This course covers the principles of UDL and barriers to implementation.

The learning objectives for this training are:

  • Define the three principles of UDL.
  • Give examples of how these principles are operationalized.
  • Utilize a self-assessment tool to analyze a lesson or unit for its fidelity to the principles of UDL.
  • Create a universally designed lesson or unit using a UDL template.
  • State your professional view about whether UDL can meet the needs of all students, including those with complex access needs.

As you move through the course, you will participate in many self-assessment assignments. You should provide high-quality responses that show you are engaging with and internalizing the content.

Special education teachers, paraprofessionals, general education teachers, administrators
Inclusion, LIFE skills, Special Education, Differentiation
1 - Planning, T-TESS 2 - Instruction, T-TESS 3 - Learning Environment, T-TESS 4 - Professional Practices and Responsibilities, T-TESS 1.1 - Planning: Standards and Alignment, T-TESS 1.2 - Planning: Data and Assessment, T-TESS 1.3 - Planning: Knowledge of Students, T-TESS 1.4 - Planning: Activities, T-TESS 2.1 - Instruction: Achieving Expectation, T-TESS 2.2 - Instruction: Content Knowledge and Expertise, T-TESS 2.3 - Instruction: Communication, T-TESS 2.4 - Instruction: Differentiation, T-TESS 2.5 - Instruction: Monitor and Adjust, T-TESS 3.1 - Learning Environment: Classroom Environment Routines and Procedures, T-TESS 3.3 - Learning Environment: Classroom Culture, T-TESS 4.3 - Professional Practices and Responsibilities: Professional Development
Online Course, Self-directed

CPE Credits: 3.00  
Registration Closes: 8/15/2022 11:59 pm
Starts: 10/4/2021
Ends: 8/30/2022 11:59 pm