Sept 22: Teaching strategies for reaching more students

Workshop will introduce, provide tips on teaching students with disabilities


9:17 a.m., Sept. 15, 2015--Explore effective ways to teach diverse learners at the Teaching Styles and Strategies for Disability Inclusion workshop, scheduled from 11 a.m.-noon, Tuesday, Sept. 22, in the Rollins Conference Room of Jastak-Burgess Hall.

This workshop is open to all who teach at the University of Delaware and is cosponsored by Disability Studies and the Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning (CTAL). Please register at the CTAL website.

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Amy Vidali, an associate professor of English at the University of Colorado, will lead this session, introducing the concept and practices of universal design for learning. UDL includes a set of principles for curriculum design that aims to give all students equal opportunities to learn. The framework helps instructors positively capitalize on the variety of skills, needs and interests that students bring into the classroom.

The workshop facilitator will provide strategies to put to work right away, from rethinking one’s disability/access statement on your syllabus and revising writing assignments to encouraging interdependence and questioning the ways your own learning preferences shape and bias the learning environments you create.

Learn more and register on the CTAL website.

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