Congratulations to the Faculty of Education’s two Universal Design for Learning Fellows for 2023, Drs. Surita Jhangiani and Carly Christensen
Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles for course and curriculum development that supports a more inclusive and accessible learning environment for all learners. The UDL Fellows Program will support faculty and staff to develop expertise in UDL through a cohort-based professional development program. It will be comprised of a series of facilitated workshops, online modules, and a project-focused set of activities to help participants use UDL principles to redesign their courses to be more inclusive and accessible. Courses impacted by these projects will benefit students from all backgrounds, not just those with accessibility needs, by providing more options and flexibility through the design of resources, tools, and course delivery.
2023 UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING PROGRAM COHORT
|Faculty||Project Team||Department||Course Context||Implementation|
||Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education||EPSE 317||2023 W2|
||Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education||EPSE 308||2023 W1|
See the full list of 2023 cohort HERE