Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a pedagogical framework focused on responding to learner diversity by designing flexible pathways to engage, represent, and express knowledge. This three-part series covers the three components of UDL: The Why of Learning, The What of Learning, and The How of Learning. The goals of these workshops are to assist instructors in creating better learning environments for all learners by demonstrating new and alternative ways to present information and engage students in the classrooms.
For more information, see our Universal Design for Learning (UDL) resource page.
After successfully completing this workshop you will be able to:
- Address the variability of learning in a classroom
- Learn and apply the principles of UDL to the design of lessons, instructional methods, assessments and curriculum units
- Build a toolkit to better meet the needs of all students in your classroom
- Part 1: Engagement – The “Why” of Learning
- Part 2: Representation – The “What” of Learning
- Part 3: Action & Expression – The “How” of Learning
In the Library:
- Universal Design for Learning: Teaching to All College Students. Ed. Zaloudek, Julie A., Chandler, Renee, Carlson, Kitrina, and Howarton, Renee.
[Kaneb Center LB 1028.38 .U52 2018]