Universal Design for Learning Certificate
Universal design for learning, or UDL, is a framework for applying principles of universal design to instruction. It encourages using flexible methods and resources, emphasizes multi-modal strategies and uses research on how the brain learns to provide inclusive instruction. UDL helps faculty to meet the needs of many types of learners.
By popular demand, Chemeketa now offers UDL-focused workshops on applying the principles of universal design to instruction and student services. Complete the entire series to earn the UDL Certificate offered by Center for Academic Innovation.
The Workshop Series
Understanding the UDL Framework
Providing Multiple Means of Representation
Providing Multiple Means of Action & Expression
Providing Multiple Means of Engagement
Applying UDL to the Digital Classroom & Capstone
Fall 2019 Workshop Schedule
Understanding the UDL Framework November 14, 2019, 2:00-3:30 pm CRN: 33200
Understanding the UDL Framework & Providing Multiple Means of Representation – November 15, Sara Varnum Institute CRN: 42792
Understanding the UDL Framework, December 6, 10:00-11:30 am, CRN 42824
Providing Multiple Means of Representation, December 6, 12:00-1:30pm, CRN: 42877
(Register for both December 6 sessions & lunch is provided.)
UDL Book Discussion
Join us for a regular Brown Bag discussion on Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone: Principles of UDL in Higher Education. You bring your lunch, we’ll bring the drinks & snacks.
10/23/19, 12:45-1:30 pm, Chapter 1: How UDL Got to Higher Education
11/20/19, 12:45-1:30 pm, Chapter 5: Adopt the Plus-One Approach
12/4/19, 12:45-1:30 pm, Chapter 4: Engage the Digital Learners