UDL is not a checklist of the things you do. It's a new lens for thinking about everything you do.
In the content area of UDL, training is targeted toward blended site-based teams (e.g., site administrators, general education teachers, special education providers, support staff) who commit to a two-year UDL implementation journey. This process begins with UDL Immersion training. This training is broken down into four (3-hour) sessions, that can be provided in-person or virtually.
The scope and sequence of this training align with the Learning Designed “UDL Associate - Level 1” credential.
Following UDL Immersion, teams will engage in site-based learning and exploration over two years. The content of this exploration aligns with the Learning Designed “UDL Core - Level 2” credential. This learning includes individually paced modules supported by practice and coaching in:
UDL in Instruction:
Building Expert Learners:
Purposeful and Motivated
Knowledgeable and Resourceful
Strategic and Goal Directed
Building UDL at a Site (for Administrators):
In addition, teams are introduced to and practice with two protocols designed to support and build an expert learning community focused on building a UDL framework across learning environments:
The individually paced modules and protocol resources are universally available to anyone interested. Find these under the Universal Design for Learning tab, under UDL Resources.