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Understanding Disability and Accessibility in the Classroom: Universal Design of Instruction

Facilitators: 

Marie Saddlemore, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Academic Center for Excellence 
Access Services

Robert Richards, MS, LMHC, LCDP
Assistant Director, Counseling Services 
Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology 

 

"The Univeral Design conceptual framework reflects an understanding of disability as one of many forms of diversity, such as those defined by gender, race, age, and ethnicity" (Burgstahler and Russo-Gleicher, 2015)

This workshop will provide faculty with an understanding of Universal Design of Instruction and concrete ideas for implementing UD in the classroom.  Using small group discussion and case studies, we will illustrate how ALL students can benefit from a course curriculum and classroom environment that enables students to learn, participate, and perform to the best of their abilities. 

 

 
 
 
Date:
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Time:
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:
AIC 237
Campus:
Bryant University

 

 
 
 

Event Organizer

The Office of Faculty Development and Innovation

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