Universal Design for Learning: An Introduction
Closed to the Public
Kirsten Behling is the Associate Dean of Student Accessibility & Academic Resources at Tufts University and an adjunct professor in the Disability Services in Higher Education Graduate Certificate Program at Suffolk University. This session will introduce the concept of Universal Design for Learning as a tool to support that effort. It will start by acknowledging the hard work that faculty have already done, and encourage them to adopt just one more strategy to increase access for a wide variety of learners. The strategies discussed in this session will empower faculty to be more effective instructors now and guide critical course design as we look to the future of education.
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A continuation of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research’s JTerm Contemporary Teaching series for faculty and staff.
- Sponsored by:
- Center for Teaching, Learning and Research