Collaborating for Inclusive Practices - Universal Design for Learning in Early Childhood Settings
Monday October 01, 2018
Wednesday October 31, 2018
Universal Design for Learning in Early Childhood Settings provides early childhood educators with information, insights, and opportunities for practice related to the implementation of universal design and universal design for learning across all early childhood settings. The course will provide the learner with the opportunity to apply and access the use of universal design in both the curriculum and the classroom environment. The course will provide the learner with strategies for using UDL guidelines and principles in the instructional design of both the curriculum and the early childhood setting.
The learner will be able to:
- Assess the physical learning environment and describe how to make changes to meet UDL guidelines/principles, based on identified strengths and needs.
- Evaluate and make changes to play materials and activities that meet UDL guidelines/principles based on identified needs.
- Describe how to make changes to teaching methods/strategies that meet UDL guidelines/principles and are based on a diverse group of learners.
Classroom teachers, early intervention staff and others working in early childhood settings across Pennsylvania programs including Head Start, Early Head Start, Pre-K Counts, Child Care, private nursery schools and Early Intervention.