Inclusive Teaching Through Universal Design for Learning - CTLO Summer Series 2021
Inclusive Teaching Through Universal Design for Learning
Wednesday, September 1, 12:00 – 1:00 pm PDT
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach that helps instructors make their classes accessible and challenging for all students by incorporating multiple forms of engagement, representation, and expression. In this conversation, find out how UDL can helps reduce the need for formal disability accommodations and benefits learning generally, as well as how you could incorporate UDL into your own courses.
Cassandra Volpe Horii, Ph.D., Assistant Vice Provost and Director, CTLO
Marc Lazar, M.S., Accessibility Services Specialist
Jenn Weaver, Ph.D., Associate Director for University Teaching, CTLO
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To view recordings of this and the previous conversations in this series, please find them HERE on the CTLO YouTube Playlist. Please Note: Recordings will be posted within about a week of the live event.
This session is part of "Conversations on Inclusive Teaching: Summer Series 2021," supporting Caltech faculty and instructors who would like to implement and enhance inclusive and equitable practices in their teaching. Each conversation offers a short overview of a few key inclusive teaching topics or practices, with a brief overview of evidence and examples of use, and then engages participants in discussion about adapting and applying them in Caltech classes. The series is offered via Zoom; Caltech faculty and instructors are welcome to participate in individual or multiple sessions.