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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) - A Professional Development Workshop

Gepost door Caoilte Bashford 1 jaar 8 maanden geleden

vrijdag 22 februari 2019
Dublin (Baile Átha Cliath)

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) creates inclusive pedagogy by encouraging a curriculum design tailored to address the needs of all students. By acknowledging that there is no average, UDL focuses on the needs of the individual and supports students through the variety of transitions that define their experience of higher education. UDL acknowledges the diversity in experience, culture and personality among learners and provides teachers in HEIs with the tools
to reach out to all students in the classroom.


This Professional Development Workshop (PDW) aims to introduce, promote and implement an inclusive teaching and learning environment using principles of UDL


The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Abigail Moriarty of De Montfort University.


This workshop is taking place on

Friday 22nd of Feburary between 10am and 3pm 

in the Solas Room of the U Building in Dublin City University's Glasnevin Campus. 

Lunch and refreshments will be provided to all attendees


Tickets are free, however early registration is advised to assure your place. 

Find tickets on eventbrite here

Primaire taal:
Type evenement: 
Evenement voor professionele ontwikkeling
Online evenement: 
Georganiseerd door: 
Dublin City University's (DCU) Teaching Enhancement Unit, National Institute for Digital Learning
Type organisator: 
Ander evenement
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1. Identify the principles and best practice approaches of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) 2. Discuss key issues around inclusivity and UDL in Higher Education Institutions 3. Apply the principles of UDL to promote and implement an inclusive teaching and learning environment across a range of settings – Evaluate the benefits of UDL interventions over time 4. Establish a Community of Practice (CoP) to promote a UDL culture
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