The Fundamentals of Universal Design for Learning

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a research-based framework that teachers use to design lessons that reduce barriers and increase access to learning for all students. This webinar will introduce the main ideas and key concepts of UDL, which can be used as a springboard for more in-depth study. It is an exciting, innovative and paradigm-shifting perspective on learning, teaching, and planning! 

Dr. Debra Drang

Dr. Debra Drang is the Director of Special Education at Sulam in Rockville, MD. Currently in her 24th year in education, she holds a Ph.D. in Special Education from University of Maryland, and has served in a variety of capacities including classroom teacher, itinerant teacher, mentor, teacher trainer/coach, and researcher. Debra has a strong record of applying current, research-based best practices to everyday classroom life. Her areas of expertise include inclusion, universal curriculum design, tiered instruction/intervention, classroom management, and progress monitoring.