We believe educators deserve better education

Without the proper support, professional development, and resources,  it can be difficult – if not impossible – to improve your teaching game. And even when professional development is available, it sometimes falls short. Our online courses will provide you with the theory you need to implement UDL but will focus on practical methods for improving daily practice.

UDL Design Lab

UDL Design Lab

June 7 – August 2, 2019

$445 | 36 contact hours
(3 graduate credits may be obtained for an additional fee)

Learn how to proactively design lessons that support and challenge all students, regardless of variability. This course is for PK-12 practitioners at all levels of UDL implementation.

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Inclusion for All: UDL and Special Education

UDL & Special Education

May 13 – July 14, 2019

$445 | 36 contact hours
(3 graduate credits may be obtained for an additional fee)

This course will equip educators with the skills and mindset needed for designing instructional experiences for students with significant support needs in inclusive contexts.

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UDL Online Course for PreK to 2nd Grade Teachers

UDL in the PreK-2 Classroom

May 17 – July 19, 2019

$445 | 37.5 contact hours
(3 graduate credits may be obtained for an additional fee)

This course will engage participants in research, activities, and strategies for universally designing the PreK-2nd grade classroom.

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UDL in Higher Ed

UDL in Higher Ed

May 28 – July 30, 2019

$445 | 36 contact hours
(3 graduate credits may be obtained for an additional fee)

Educators will learn how to use UDL and technology in a higher education setting as a means to engage, empower, and retain students.

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UDL and SEL Online Course

The Intersection of UDL & SEL

June 3 – July 26, 2019

$445 | 36 contact hours
(3 graduate credits may be obtained for an additional fee)

Educators will learn about the principles of both UDL and Social Emotional Learning – and how they are related – so they are equipped to empower their students with self-awareness, self-efficacy, and self-confidence.

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