Universal Design for Learning and Lesson Design – 1/27/2021

Universal Design for Learning is more than a buzz word or trend. UDL is a key to unlock many of education’s opportunities that have emerged since legislation unleashed a flood of education research. Every bit of research data has resulted in educators chasing an ever-changing standard for educating all children. This session utilizes the UDL framework to apply to lesson design.

Zoom links will be sent to registrants before the meeting start. If you have registered and do not receive the Zoom link before 2:00pm before each session start, please email Allison Curran allison.curran@hcesc.org or call 513.674.4317.

This is part of a series as well. If you are interested in the series, please register for the series before January 12, 2021.
The series consists of two additional sessions, optional personalized coaching, and optional Ashland credit for purchase:

January 12, 2021
Session 1: Universal Design for Learning Foundations

February 22, 2021
Session 3: UDL and learner profiles: how to use UDL to personalize learning by creating “expert” learners

Full details and registration at http://www.escweb.net/oh_hcesc/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=41155