This session will provide strategies and supports to ensure teaching is equitable, accessible, and inclusive for ALL students, including (but not limited to) multilingual learners, students with disabilities, and first-generation students. The session will begin by providing the objectives and principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), how UDL contributes to anti-racist and anti-ableist practices, and end with examples of equitable, accessible, and inclusive course delivery methods and assignments.
This is a webinar offered by the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD). Because of WPI's institutional membership, all faculty, post-docs, graduate students and staff can access this program free of charge. A recording is generally posted within 24 hours after the scheduled event. See the Morgan Center website for instructions on how to create a a NCFDD user account. It's easy!