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Archived Webinar

Universal Design for Learning: Planning Instruction for All Students

Recorded on October 19, 2016

Sponsored by the Secondary Literacy Partnership. 

Does your instruction reach every learner in the classroom? What if you had strategies and tools that could meet every student’s needs, without watering down the curriculum or doing separate lesson plans?

In this archived webinar, participants learned how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) helps teachers plan a curriculum that addresses students’ learning barriers.

Who Will Benefit

  • Secondary literacy educators, leadership teams, technical assistance providers supporting literacy in middle and high school

What You Learn

  • The three principles of UDL and how they function in the classroom
  • How teachers have implemented UDL in their classrooms to build literacy and learning skill sets with a wide range of students
  • How to integrate UDL principles to build literacy skills and maintain high expectations
  • Strategies that you can implement with little planning time

This webinar was part of the Literacy for College and Career Readiness in the 21st Century webinar series, sponsored by the Secondary Literacy Partnership. Members of the partnership are the California Department of Education, the Association of California School Administrators, the California Teachers Association, and the California Comprehensive Center at WestEd.

For more information about the Secondary Literacy Partnership, please review webinar archives at the SLP Vimeo Channel and access resources at Digital Chalkboard.

Other Webinars in This Series

Webinar Presenter(s):

Karen Taylor California Teachers Association

Materials from the Webinar