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​The Institute for Completion presents

Universal Design for Learning: Reach and Teach all Learners in Online Environments

How you design your classroom environment sends a message about who belongs and who does not. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework to improve and optimize learning for all people.

This two-part interactive series will provide practical examples of the three UDL principles for the community college setting, as well as an opportunity to put the strategies into action. The webinars will be a mix of presentation, individual and small group work.

Friday, November 6, 2020 from 9 a.m. to Noon
The first webinar will focus on the three core principles, as well as how each principle can be implemented.
Zoom ID: 490 273 6249
RSVP to Marianne Smith at marsmith@citruscollege.edu

Friday, November 13, 2020 from 9 a.m. to Noon
The second webinar will focus on engagement, as well as outline how UDL can help faculty move students beyond expectations.
Zoom ID: 490 273 6249
RSVP to Marianne Smith at marsmith@citruscollege.edu

Sam Catherine Johnston, Ed.D., is the director of postsecondary education and workforce development at CAST, the organization that pioneered UDL. Sam leads several National Science Foundation grants to broaden participation in STEM and create more opportunities for all people to access middle- and high-income careers. She has worked on a number of projects to integrate UDL into the design of community college courses, and to bring best practices on accessibility into higher education and workforce development.

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