ONLINE: UDL - One "Byte" at a Time: Facts & Myths

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  • Mon, Sep 12, 2022 - Fri, Sep 23, 2022

  • Online Training

  • Online Training

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Course No.

#109726

Category

District: ESE / FDLRS / FIN (9370)

Classroom Hours

0

Non-Classroom
Hours

3

Component Numbers

2.100.041 Trend and Issues in Exceptional Student Education

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Start Date

Mon, Sep 12, 2022

End Date

Fri, Sep 23, 2022
Session Dates and Times

Registration Deadline

Thu, Sep 08, 2022

Withdrawal Deadline

Mon, Jul 04, 2022

Course Description
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This online class will provide a basic introduction, in easily digestible “bytes”, to Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and focus on the Guidelines and Principles and some facts and myths. Participants in this course will explore various multi-modal resources to become better acquainted with UDL and its practical application in the classroom. This course is relevant to all subject areas and will provide in-service points toward the “instruction of Students with Disabilities” credit required by SB 1108. The course is completed online, independently, and online using Canvas.  You will log into Canvas using your Lawson number and district password.



Schedule

START DATE

START TIME

End TIME

09-12-2022

08:00AM

05:00PM

09-23-2022

08:00AM

05:00PM

Location Details


Online Training

Online Training

Additional Information


Substitute Provided No
Stipend Provided (Charter teachers) No
Stipend Provided (HCPS teachers) No
Stipend Provided (Private teachers) No
Does this training contribute to a teacher's meeting the criteria for Highly Qualified status? Yes
Evaluation Method - Students F-Other performance assessment
Evaluation Method - Staff A-Changes in classroom practice
Delivery Methods B-Electronic, Interactive
Follow-Up Methods P-Participant Product related to training (may include lesson plans, written reflection, audio/videotape, case study, samples of student work)