Facilitator - Universal Design in Teaching and Learning
Implementation of universal design principles in Teaching & Learning promotes inclusivity and equity while also ‘future-proofing’ your teaching.
As our classrooms and lecture theatres become increasingly diverse, our practices must also adapt to reflect the changing landscape of higher education.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an educational framework based on research in the learning sciences, including cognitive neuroscience, which guides the development of flexible learning environments that can accommodate individual learning differences and cater for the wide range of diversity in our lecture rooms. This CPD course will give you an introduction to the concept of Universal Design for Learning and invite you to review and update your own Teaching and Learning practice.
- Earn the Universal Design in Teaching and Learning Badge
- Complete Facilitator Training
During this course participants:
- Consider how Universal Design for Learning fits with their organizational/institutional/college priorities, strategies and policies.
- Consider with colleagues to target for participation in their roll out of the Digital Badge for Universal Design in Teaching and Learning.
- Explore the potential challenges they might encounter when rolling out the Digital Badge for Universal Design in Teaching and Learning in their Institution and how to address them.
- Propose a draft schedule for a future roll out.