What is the "Guide for a One-day Workshop the UDL way"?
This Toolkit was developed by CAST through a Subcontract Agreement with the Access Center: Improving Outcomes for All Students K8 at the American Institutes for Research. This work was funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (Cooperative Agreement #H326K02003).
The "Guide for a One-day Workshop—the UDL way" is a practical toolkit for professional development providers/teacher trainers who develop one-day informational workshops that are focused on specific content. This toolkit guides professional development providers through a step-by-step process for designing and implementing a face-to-face informational workshop of approximately six hours? length. The toolkit helps the user define workshop goals, materials, methods, and assessments, and provides sample lessons, resources to support the workshop, and a venue for sharing ideas and information with other educators. In addition, the toolkit offers a model of a one-day workshop, focusing on "Universal Design for Learning and Differentiated Instruction". The model includes a workshop agenda with identified goals and objectives, activities, materials, PowerPoint? slides, and other workshop resources.
UDL Training Guide This Toolkit was developed by CAST through a Subcontract Agreement with the Access Center: Improving Outcomes for All Student K-8 at the American Institutes for Research. This work was funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (Cooperative Agreement #H326K02003).
The UDL Training Guide Toolkit is designed to support professional development providers and other educators conducting workshops in Universal Design for Learning by providing resources for face-to-face training sessions and ongoing follow-up support. The toolkit includes background and core UDL concepts, examples of UDL applied in classrooms, and guidance and tools for understanding and applying UDL in practice. The toolkit contains slides and guidance for providing interactive training sessions in UDL, including tools, templates, and resources that can be used online or downloaded, and links to other educators engaged in UDL work.
Last Updated: 07/15/2014