This group is designed for participants in the MSHA sponsored workshop Packing the Educator's UDL Suitcase. Please join and share your thoughts with us!
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Today’s educators are challenged to meet significant variations of instructional needs within group sessions. Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as a framework, attendees will identify common threads of learner variability, access UDL tools for planning flexible activities, and prepare for individual needs amid challenging groups. The targeted audience for this workshop includes SLPs, special educators, general educators, teacher leaders, psychologists, and occupational therapists.
By attending/participating in this workshop participants will be able to:
1. Identify common patterns of learner differences within variable instructional
2. Apply UDL principles to predict and control for variations of need among
individual learners within groups.
3. Access and utilize tools and strategies to apply their knowledge of UDL within
4. Understand the importance of flexibility for goal-setting, lesson planning, and
assessment within a group setting.
Today's educators are challenged to meet significant variations of instructional needs within group sessions. How can educators use the UDL framework to address group learner variability?Continue
Started by PattiKR Jun 8, 2012.