Course Registration - Universal Design for Learning: Addressing Barriers

Teaching Excellence in Adult Literacy (TEAL)

November 2-23, 2015

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to curriculum design that can help teachers customize curriculum to serve all learners, regardless of ability, age, gender, or cultural and linguistic background. UDL provides a blueprint for designing strategies, materials, assessments, and tools to reach students with diverse needs and help them learn. By the end of the course, you will be able to:
• Define universal design for learning
• Identify UDL principles
• Plan for incorporating UDL principles into your adult education class

Course Dates: November 2–23, 2015

Instructors: Writing: Kathy Houghton; Math: Kathy Daviau

Course Format: facilitated, online

Estimated Completion Time: approximately 2 hours per week; 6 hours total

Expectations for the course: You are expected to read and post at least once in each forum (not each discussion thread) and journal; watch recorded presentations; read the background readings and resource pages of the course; and complete assignments and the final evaluation. Participants may download a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of course requirements.

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