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Colorado Department of Education Professional Development - Setting the Standard - Best First Instruction, Harnessing the Power of UDL (2 of 3)

Setting the Standard - Best First Instruction, Harnessing the Power of UDL (2 of 3)

Audience: Educators | Topic: Standards | Hosted by: Standards and Instruction

On-Demand format. Setting the Standard - Best First Instruction, Harnessing the Power of UDL (2 of 3)
On-Demand format

Harnessing the Power of Universal Design Learning

Join the Standards and Instructional Support team in partnership with the Multi-Tierd System of Supports team from CDE for the second of a three part webinar series of Best First Instruction. 

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Presenter: Kevin Schafer
The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework serves to eliminate barriers to student learning that are inherent in our classrooms. Further, UDL is the proactive design of curriculum and instruction to ensure they are educationally accessible regardless of modality preference, physical or sensory abilities. Expanding the UDL mindset to a systems level (MTSS) allows for increased opportunities for engagement and deepened understanding of information resulting in collective involvement for both staff and the community-at-large. This presentation will address the integration of MTSS and UDL as a model to identify systemic achievement gaps, inequitable access to instruction and lowered post-secondary outcomes.

Best, First Instruction Session 1 of 3

Event Date and Time

  • Friday, November 6, 2020 -
    11:30am to 12:30pm

Contact Information

Milcah Hawk
hawk_m@cde.state.co.us

     

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