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Empowering Educators with UDL: A Coaching Approach

Empower Your Team and Impact All Learners

In today's diverse and inclusive educational landscape, effective UDL implementation is more critical than ever. This course is designed specifically for instructional coaches, department heads, and building leaders in schools who are committed to implementing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) across their learning environments in a comprehensive and sustainable way. This course equips leaders with the tools, strategies, and mindset necessary to support transformative change. Participants will develop transformational coaching techniques, empowering them to support teachers in integrating UDL effectively, all while drawing on UDL best practices and data-focused coaching strategies.

Participants will learn how to cultivate a culture of collaboration, experimentation, and innovation, along with fostering a growth mindset among staff to ensure a shared vision and implementation of UDL. Whether you're an instructional coach looking to support individual teachers or a building leader aiming to transform your school's approach to inclusive instruction, this course will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to support teachers with confidence and make a lasting impact on student learning outcomes.



At a Glance






MAY 30, 2024 - JUNE 30, 2024









Course Objectives

Develop Transformational Coaching Skills: Understand best practices for coaching teachers in integrating UDL and inclusive practices in sustainable ways. 
Support Sustainable UDL Implementation: Learn how to cultivate a supportive learning environment for teachers where they feel safe to challenge mindsets, take risks, and learn through reflection.
Focus on Outcomes to Drive Improvement: Practice data-driven coaching strategies for continuous improvement.
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About Your Instructor

Lisa Bosio, a passionate educator with more than 20 years experience, has one goal: to equip and empower teachers to invest in and impact the whole child. Lisa has extensive experience as a classroom teacher, master teacher, district instructional coach, and induction mentor. Lisa has also been a Consulting Partner with two universities, Western Governors University and Teachers College of San Joaquin in California, and designs coursework focused on the implementation of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and social emotional learning.


What to Expect

Facilitated Course 

  • Eight online learning modules containing videos, resources, and weekly assignments and/or discussions.
  • Direct interaction and feedback from your instructor and the opportunity to build community with your classmates through course discussion boards.
  • Lots of options and choices - UDL is at the foundation of everything we do.
  • Participants will be expected to pass in work by the due date, but will also be given the opportunity to revise and improve upon their work (just as students in their class should be given the same respect using the UDL framework). 
  • All assignments can be resubmitted for feedback and grading up until the last day of the course.
  • There are no book requirements, all materials are linked freely within the course.


Pricing Options

The fee listed above covers your course registration with Novak Educational Consulting, Inc. only. You may also choose to purchase graduate level professional development credits or clock hours (for Washington State teachers) at the time of registration. Bulk discounts are available on registration fees for groups of 3 or more. Please contact us for details.

Course Certificates & Transcripts

If you receive a grade of C or better, you will receive a completion certificate for 45 hours from Novak Education at the conclusion of the course. Please check in with your school or district to determine if this alone will be sufficient for salary points or advancement. Some states require additional proof of completion such as clock hours, contact hours, or credits.Graduate level professional development credits may be obtained for an additional $200 at the time of registration (University of Massachusetts Global or Teachers College of San Joaquin). Please check with your school or district to ensure these will satisfy their requirements prior to enrolling.