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One of KC BANCS’ primary strategies for building a STEM pipeline is providing faculty an opportunity to learn about and apply principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) through a seminar series. The faculty seminar provides ways to orient teaching and learning to include all learners. The spring 2013 series is now underway. Join your colleagues and friends to:
UDL is an approach to teaching, learning, and assessment that draws on new brain research and new media technologies to respond to individual learner differences. Given the complexities of today’s classrooms, faculty need to be successful with a much more diverse group of students. Universal design for learning addresses these challenges and offers increased opportunity for all students to access, participate, and progress in their chosen areas of study as well as general education.
Faculty can enrich their UDL practice through a collection of key UDL resources available on the KC BANCS Resource Hub. These resources include current research and scholarly publications as well as interactive learning modules, real-world syllabi and lesson plans, and technology toolkits. The UDL blog provides KC Metro educators with an online forum for sharing UDL strategies and best practices.