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.
It’s on the books! We will be offering this course for the ninth year again at George Washington University — Alexandria Campus. This is a hybrid model course with one week of intensive face-to-face instruction, hands-on technology exploration, and group dialogue. Guest lecturers from various schools and agencies within the Washington, DC metro area are often weaved into this week long session. In the past these have included individuals from the CAST, National Center for Technology Innovation, National Education Association, The IDEA Partnership, GW Faculty, and several local school divisions. The week long session is continued through distance exchanges and the use of online course portals.
Universal Design for Learning, SPED 201/TRED 210: A hybrid model course design with two weekends of face-to-face instruction followed by online discussions, content and projects.
Face-to-face weekends: F/S July 13/14, 2012 and F/S July 27/28, 2012
- Dr. Frances Smith, CVE – Adjunct Professor, George Washington University
2011-12 UDL Postdoctoral Fellow – CAST & Boston College
- Dr. Susanne Croasdaile – Visiting Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University
For local information about course details contact:
- Dr. Pam Leconte, Assistant Research Professor
Graduate School of Education and Human Development
GW University, Washington, DC
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