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Introduction to Lesson Design Using the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Framework
Monday, June 22, 2020
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Presented by: Kathy Clingerman-Dann

Please contact Kathy Clingerman Dann at [email protected]

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that can be used to design instruction in any learning environment.  UDL offers guidelines and checkpoints that enable teachers to identify student barriers and design various entry points for students within their lesson planning based on their individual needs.  The ESC of Northeast Ohio’s Educator Quality Department is offering a session that provides guidance to teachers on how design lessons using the Universal Design for Learning Framework (UDL).

This session will provide a foundational knowledge of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), enable teachers to identify potential student barriers and use the principles of UDL to begin lesson planning using the UDL framework.   


Participants will:


=       Gain a deeper understanding of the three principles of UDL,

=       Understand the connection between student barriers and UDL principles,

=       Examine lesson plan templates and concrete examples of how to incorporate assessment and instruction using the UDL Framework,

=       Connect how UDL can be used within the classroom or virtual environments.

Registration Information and Link

=       Session Date and Time:  June 22nd.  9:30 am-10:45 am

=       Individual registration is required through the Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio.

=       Click here to Register.  There is no fee for this session.


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