A/Prof David Arendale , University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA will present this 2 hour workshop.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a learning approach that enhances the ability of all students to access and use course content and materials while limiting the need for special accommodations for those who have disabilities. The result is a better learning environment for all students, increased classroom inclusion, increased interactions among students, and reduced work for the instructor. Rather than focusing on modifying instructional approaches on a case-by-case basis, UDL encourages instructors to concentrate on the development of learning strategies that most students can use to gain knowledge and skills related to the specific content areas.
Learn dozens of practical activities and strategies to implement Universal Learning Design in a college course to increase student access, engagement, and academic success. These are low-cost and no-cost solutions from an experienced university instructor.
You have the option to stay (until 1.30pm) for conversation with A/Prof Arendale over light lunch after formal workshop.
Registrations via Eventbrite close Friday 27th September 2019.
Please advise if you plan to stay for conversation over light lunch with A-Prof Arendale to email@example.com by 10am 27th September 2019.