Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Training is now available as a FREE Webinar Course!
>> Earn 16 CEU’s in the re-licensure area of Adapting Curriculum
>> REGISTER by December 1, 2016
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach that minimizes barriers and maximizes learning for all students. Based on scientific insights into how humans learn, UDL can help refine why you teach, what you teach and how you teach. You will learn how UDL principles can help make your classroom more inviting and inclusive for all students.
Presented by PANDA – Minnesota ABE Disability Specialists
- UDL WEBINAR - Complete UDL webinar, at your convenience, during the month of January.
Completion should take approximately 2-3 hours total.
- Classroom implementation assignment - You will be given an assignment to complete that involves implementing UDL concepts into your teaching practices and classroom. A reflection paper is required. Assignment must be completed by February 16, 2017.
- Follow-up webinar - Participate in the one-hour follow-up webinar to share what you learned with other UDL participants on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 from 3-4 p.m.
What previous participants have said about PANDA’s UDL Training:
“I’ve been given a tremendous toolbox from which I can draw! I’m recommending
this training to any and all teachers who care to do better by their students!”
“The UDL training was one that I left feeling very rich with ideas. It nudged me forward
to make actual changes in my classroom, both physical and with my curriculum.”
Enrollment is limited! Click here to register.
PANDA will contact you before the webinar is launched in January.