Webinar

Bridge the Learning Gap: Universal Design for Learning in Action

We’re joined by disability professionals who will explore how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can help to create inclusive learning environments from the start, benefiting all students.  

31st July 2024, 12:00PM (US Eastern Time)

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Many learners face challenges in reaching their full potential. Traditional approaches often rely on individual accommodations, which can leave students feeling singled out.

This webinar explores how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can help to create inclusive learning environments from the start, benefiting ALL students.  We'll hear from Julie Sneddon, Director of Student Access and Disability Services at Truman State University Who will share insights on: 
  • Leverage UDL principles to design engaging and effective lessons for diverse learners.

  • Harness the power of AT to support different learning styles within a UDL framework.

  • Navigate the opportunities and challenges of UDL in both in-person and remote settings.

  • Foster collaboration between disability services and faculty to build inclusive classrooms that empower all students.
Sign up now for free and secure your spot for the live session. Following the webinar, you'll get access to the full recording to watch the session back and a copy of the slide deck sent straight to your inbox!

 

Your Panel

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Julie Sneddon

Director of Student Access and Disability Services at Truman State University

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James Knight

Account Executive

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