Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) for diverse learners in the classroom

As education has transformed, the challenge of using technology, especially assistive technologies in conjunction with Universal Design for Learning (UDL) concepts has become more complex. But what does that all mean? UDL has three primary components; there must be multiple means of representation, action and expression and engagement. While uncovering this framework, we’d like to better understand how to use it while ensuring all students’ needs are met. Additionally, we want to explore how assistive technology can come along side UDL to enrich learning for all learners in our classrooms.
Interested in joining us? We invite you to follow along via YouTube Live on Wednesday, August 9 at 7:00 P.M. EST by using this

Feel free to share your thoughts or ask questions as well! Tweet using the hashtags #MAETBridge #AstTechUDL

For further learning about the topics that will be discussed during the webinar, check out any of the following resources below:

Hosted by Jocelyn Paez, Earl Whittemore and Emily Sherbin (MAET students)