On May 15, 2012, the webinar, Universal Design for Learning: Growing Momentum in States and Districts, offered new insights about how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is emerging as a national innovation that is transforming curriculum and instruction for all learners.
Here’s what you’ll learn: UDL expert, Dr. David Rose, describes the UDL framework, followed by highlights from co-author Dr. Patti Ralabate on the findings of Universal Design for Learning: Initiatives on the Move, the first comprehensive study of the use of federal funding for UDL initiatives in 14 states and over 130 local districts.
In addition, Ricki Sabia shares advocacy successes of the National UDL Task Force, Fran Sorin of the Maryland Department of Education describes successful state UDL initiatives and Dr. George Van Horn offers perspectives on UDL implementation from the Bartholomew Consolidated School District in Columbus, IN. Finally, Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation President Stewart Hudson suggests ways you can "Join the UDL Movement."
Offered free by the National Center on Universal Design for Learning through a generous grant from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, this webinar, the UDL: Initiatives on the Move report and supporting resources are available here.
APA Citation: Ralabate, P., Hehir, T., Dodd, E., Grindal, T., Vue, G., Eidelman, H., Karger, J., Smith, F., & Carlisle, A. (2012). Universal design for learning: Initiatives on the move: Understanding the impact of the Race to the Top and ARRA funding on the promotion of universal design for learning. Wakefield, MA: National Center on Universal Design for Learning.
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Last Updated: 06/15/2012