Webinar: Lesson Planning for All Learners Using Universal Design for Learning


As educators become familiar with Universal Design for Learning (UDL), they frequently ask “How do I do this?” This webinar illustrates how to integrate the UDL principles into best practice using a step-by-step flexible process. Interactive exercises will help you to (1) define flexible, clear S.M.A.R.T. learning goals based on standards, (2) consider learner variability, (3) determine appropriate, meaningful assessments, (4) infuse UDL into traditional teaching methods, (5) select materials and media that add value, and (6) refine their learning through self-reflection. No matter what your grade or UDL familiarity level, the reflection questions and application exercises will help you immediately put UDL into practice.

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  1. Identify 6 steps to lesson planning utilizing UDL.
  2. Define at least one (1) way to develop flexible, measurable learning goals.
  3. Describe how UDL addresses learner variability.
  4. Identify at least 2 classroom assessment strategies aligned with UDL.

Presented by Patti Kelly Ralabate, Ed.D., Center for Applied Special Technology & George Washington University. Original air date Sept. 27, 2017. 58 minutes. #WEB1709A.

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