Equal Opportunity Learning Through Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

18 July 2017

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to designing flexible curriculum, instruction and materials that are accessible to all students. This two-day series will introduce the principles of UDL and present information on a framework to reduce barriers and maximize learning opportunities for all students. The beauty of UDL is that it’s not just another initiative to add on to the ever-increasing list. The framework brings our learning initiatives together and provides strategies for successfully integrating them into our day-to-day curriculum. The UDL framework supports initiatives that are already in place in Ohio’s schools, including OIP, Ohio’s Model Curriculum, MTSS and 21st Century Learning. Participants need to attend as district and/or building teams including administrators, general and special educators, curriculum specialists, technology specialists, and district and building leadership team members.

The second day of this two-day training is November 8, 2017


Helping students and educators close achievement gaps in Central Ohio.

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