Every classroom includes diverse groups of learners, each with different skills, abilities, needs, language proficiencies, and learning preferences. If your school or district has made Universal Design for Learning (UDL) a priority, meeting the needs of different learners may very well be a professional requirement.
But where do you start?
As a teacher or instructional coach, you need instructional practices that promise to meet students where they are, while challenging them to become active, engaged participants in their own learning.
In this 5-session collaborative professional-learning experience, award-winning educator and best-selling author Dr. Catlin Tucker demonstrates how to design and facilitate student-centered learning experiences with blended-learning models to deliver accessible, inclusive and equitable learning experiences for every student.
When you design and facilitate UDL experiences with blended learning, it frees you to move around the classroom, and supercharges the classroom experience, turning traditional lessons into enriching collaborations that put students on a sustainable path to success in school and in life.