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Universal Design for Learning and Accessible Educational Materials Panel Discussion

Thanks to those of you who were able to join our webinar on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Accessible Educational Materials (AEM).  If you missed the event, and would like copies of the slides, please e-mail me, and I will forward them to you.  I'll also post a notice when the recording of today's webinar is available on the LINCS YouTube channel.

Universal Design for Learning and Accessible Educational Materials Webinar and Panel Discussion

Join our guest presenter, Dr. Sam Johnston, who is a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) researcher with CAST, focusing on workforce development and inclusion, as well as with the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, as she shares how UDL and AEM impact adult learners.  We will also be hearing from practitioners using UDL and AME in working with adults in teacher professional development, as well as local government accessibility.

Date: 
Monday, May 8, 2017 - 3:06pm
Location: 
Online Webinar: To access the webinar, simply go to https://msg.adobeconnect.com/lincs

Universal Design for Learing and Accessible Educational Materials Webinar and Panel Discussion

Join our guest presenter, Dr. Sam Johnston, who is a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) researcher with CAST, focusing on workforce development and inclusion, as well as with the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, as she shares how UDL and AEM impact adult learners.  We will also be hearing from practitioners using UDL and AME in working with adults in teacher professional development, as well as local government accessibility.

Date: 
Monday, May 8, 2017 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Location: 
Online webinar and panel dicussion

CAST: Universal Design for Learning in the Cloud

Join CAST for this free webinar on designing and delivering engaging, accessible, and effective online learning experiences. Whether you are developing e-courses, virtual snow days, flipped classes, or blended learning experiences, the presenters offer a highly practical approach integrating UDL principles into cloud-based learning.
 
Learn to identify potential barriers to learning, cultivate an engaging “instructor presence” in a virtual environment, develop a detailed syllabus that inspires and motivates students, scaffold students’ time management skills, and much more.

Date: 
Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Location: 
Online webinar

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Teaching Strategies: Easing the Pathway for Adult Learners with Disabilities to Develop Competence in the Classroom and Beyond

GOOD MORNING:  This is Laura DiGalbo and I am delighted to be spending the next two days in discussion with many of you around teaching strategies to assist our adult learners in achieving success in our classrooms and beyond.. I will be sharing information that I have developed  for presentaions here in Ct, nationally and internationally around how we can assess learning needs, develop strategies to meet those needs and  provide effective feedback to our adult ed students.

Universal Design for Learning

As part of our discussion on screening and assessments for students who  have learning difficulties, some of which may rise to the level of a disability, I recently wrote that screeenings, which many of us seem to use, can confirm deficits to learning. And from that information we can design teaching methods that will assist our students to be more efficient learners. These teaching techniques often fall into the category of Universal Design for Learning.  [UDL]

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