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Putting Universal Design for Learning into Practice

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Date
Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Time
1:00PM – 2:00PM ET

Join ATE Central for a free webinar related to accessibility and Universal Design for Learning.  Featuring experts from CAST, this live event will help anyone in education understand more about how to make classroom materials and environments accessible to all students, including those with disabilities. 

Presenters
Sam Catherine Johnston, CAST
Rachael Bower, Director/PI ATE Central, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Audience
Community college and other educators engaged in delivering education remotely. 

Description

Using the syllabus as our template, we'll begin to explore how to put the components of universal design and the four core principles (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust, or POUR) into practice.  Brought to you by the NSF funded ATE Central project and the National AEM Center at CAST, we'll explore how you can shape your class syllabus to provide a welcoming environment for all students, including those with disabilities. There will be time to get answers to your accessibility questions, and examples of how others in the community college sector are putting Universal Design for Learning into practice in their classrooms and labs.  

Webinar Recording

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Webinar Slides (PowerPoint)