Graduate courses in Universal Design for Learning (UDL) are offered each Fall (online) through GW’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development. Dr. Fran Smith, CVE teaches this course. National experts in UDL are invited to share their UDL understandings and expand towards this richness of learning.
- SPED 6210: This course is offered in two ways: (1) A Summer Offering as a Blended model of 1 week face-to-face instruction and 5 weeks online; and (2) A Fall UDL course offering that is completely online and spans 15 weeks. Students engage in the course materials, discussions, readings and resources through traditional face-to-face instruction (Blended Summer Course) and the university’s Blackboard course management system. National UDL experts are included in this model and engage with students in their discovery and understanding of UDL
For information on how to register for either of these courses please contact:
Chelsea Manchester, MA, NCC
Special Education & Disability Studies
Graduate School of Education and Human Development
The George Washington University
P: 202-994-1234 | E: email@example.com
This will be our 13th year of offering this 3-credit graduate course in universal design for learning at GW University. This is a blended course model over a 6 week summer schedule with 1 week of face-to-face instruction at the GW Alexandria campus and the remaining 5 weeks online. More information on course details and registration can be found in the attached flyer, Summer 2016 UDL Flyer.
The Fall 2015 semester will include this online course offering of Universal Design for Learning: Better Learning and Instruction by Design. This is the 4th year we’ve offered this online course. Dr. Fran Smith, 2011-12 UDL Fellow and CAST UDL Cadre member and several UDL guest experts will be engaging students across the country in this content.
Since 2003, this blended model of graduate coursework in Universal Design for Learning (UDL) has been offered each summer at GW. During July 6-10, 2015, students will engage in a week of face-to-face instruction followed by synchronous and asynchronous online instruction and discussion through August. A rich learning opportunity to learn, explore, and deepen skills for “UDL: Better Learning and Instruction by Design”.
SPED 6210: Universal Design for Learning
The Fall 2014 semester will include this online course offering of Universal Design for Learning. Dr. Fran Smith and several UDL guest experts will be engaging students across the country in this content.
2014 UDL Flyer-version1
It’s on the books. Find more details and information in the attached flyer.
This Fall 2012 semester we launched the first fully online course offering of Universal Design for Learning for the online MA program in Transition. Dr. Fran Smith and several UDL guest experts are engaging students throughout the Mid-Atlantic regions in this content.