Differentiating Instruction Using Universal Design for Learning (SD20-071)
Credits: 0 CEUs/PLUs / Tuition: $15 / Non West Ga RESA Fee: $15.00
Status: OPEN / Maximum Size: 30
Instructor: Erica Terry
Date: 9/18/2019 Time: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: - West Georgia RESA Grantville, GA (Click for Driving Directions)
Registration Deadline: 9/11/2019


Course Description

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to curriculum design that addresses the need for educations to support students with very diverse learning needs. This course is designed to introduce the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) educational framework. By completing this course, you will gain an understanding of the basic principles of UDL and learn how to implement a variety of UDL strategies in order to differentiate instruction to meet the individualized needs of students.

When you finish the course, you will:

  • Have a good understanding of Universal Design for Learning and how it benefits all students
  • Understand the importance of considering your students’ diverse needs when you are designing lessons
  • Understand how to apply the UDL Guidelines to during lesson planning in order to differentiate instruction

Please bring a laptop or tablet to this course.

Lunch will be provided

Minimum Class Size: 10

Class Notes

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***Cancellation Policy***

We accept cancellations up to 10 days before a scheduled class. After this date, registrants will be charged and are welcome to send a replacement if they cannot attend. No-shows will be responsible for full payment.