UDL for Administrators
Implementing UDL isn’t a template or a set of courses. Implementing is about systems change. UDL is a shift in the way we think about teaching, the way teaching is evaluated and seeing students as LEARNERS.
This one-day course is designed to give administrators (principals, program directors, curriculum directors, special education directors/program specialists) a basic foundational understanding of the principles of UDL and models for UDL Implementation.
Successful UDL classroom implementation must be tailored to the unique culture and practices of individual schools/districts. There are a variety of models that can be used as a starting point, based on extensive research on successful models to change classroom teaching.
Participants will be able to identify:
- The Principles and Framework of UDL
- The Researched based components of successful change implementation
- The Models for UDL implementation: by school/district, grade level or pilot program
- The Critical planning elements for successful classroom change
- Duration 3 or 6 hours
- Activities Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
- Class Sizes
- Years Old
- Available Seats 40