The Universally Designed Learning Experience. The ACCESS Project, Colorado State University Jesse Hausler, Assistive Technology Coordinator Craig Spooner, Project Coordinator. Have you heard the following from faculty?. “I don’t have any students in my class with disabilities.” Yes No.
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The ACCESS Project, Colorado State University
Jesse Hausler, Assistive Technology Coordinator
Craig Spooner, Project Coordinator
“I don’t have any students in my class with disabilities.”
Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles and techniques for creating inclusive classroom instruction and accessible course materials.
You create a class climate in which student disability is respected.
You allow students to submit assignments electronically.
You provide digital equivalents of all paper handouts.
Problem-Based Learning (PBL): Start with the problem; instructor guides students as they work together to discover the information required to solve the problem.
I plan to implement the UDL skills I have learned in this session.