Universal Design for Learning Framework
Universal Design for Learning Framework was created to encourage educators to design learning activities to optimize learning for all students. Rather than create lessons and add accommodations for learners with different needs, the Universal Design for Learning encourages beginning lesson design with the goal of reaching all ability levels and learning styles.
The framework (based on over 1,000 research studies) encourages lessons that include multiple means of engaging students, multiple ways of representing information, and multiple ways for students to demonstrate mastery. In this session participants will explore the UDL framework, and gain strategies for making lessons that optimize learning for all students.
PRESENTER: Carmine Stewart, Ph.D., Aspire Consulting & Educational Services conducts professional development workshops for adult literacy instructors that provide them with strategies and tools useful for improving the instruction of all adult learners. Carmine has designed a certificate program for adult literacy practitioners that she offers in partnership with Cleveland State University and is the President and CEO of Aspire Consulting and Educational Services. Additionally, she is the Vice-President of Programming at Seeds of Literacy and an Adjunct Professor at Cleveland State University where she teaches future educators in the Adult Learning and Development and Curriculum & Foundations departments.
Friday April 14, 2023 @ 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST