Differentiating by Design: Using the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Framework to Build Flexible Instruction and Assessment


VA Standards-Based Resources

This wiki was originally designed and used for a full day workshop presented in August of 2010 and again in August of 2011. It has been left online for any workshop participants to present UDL back at their schools. We have been amazed to see how the wiki continues to be accessed and appears to be used with groups of people on specific days. We would like to collect information about who is using this wiki and how it is being used so that we can update it and provide the most current information. It is T/TAC's mission to provide support to educators in the field who support students with disabilities. It is our hope to expand our online offerings and we would like feedback from those of you who are using this resource.
Please respond to the survey at the link below to help us build better online training resources.
UDL Wikispace Survey

Target Audience: General and Special Education Teachers (K-12)
Full Description:
This session will explore the UDL Framework and give participants the opportunity to experience the power of instructional design that is readily accessible to all learners. Activities will provide participants with strategies for designing instruction and assessment tasks that provide multiple means of representation, action, expression, and engagement. While it is not required, participants may wish to bring laptops with wireless capability and a set of headphones.

Contact Cathy Buyrn or Mary Stowe at T/TAC at The College of William & Mary for assistance and support.