Facilitator: Danica Loucks, Senior Pedagogical Fellow
Date, Time, and Location: Monday, May 6th from 12-1:30pm in AIRB 1030
In this workshop, participants will learn about diverse learning styles and abilities they may encounter in the classroom and discuss ways to conduct classroom activities that are accessible and effective for a wide variety of students. Participants will be introduced to and compare strategies of universal design and providing varied alternatives and will practice identifying potential challenges to student learning and modifications to increase accessibility broadly conceived. After completing this workshop, participants will leave with a set of specific strategies for everyday use in the classroom and with practice designing classroom activities that adapt to the varied learning styles and abilities found among our students.
Feel free to bring your lunch!
** This workshop partially meets the Diversity requirement for the Certificate in Teaching Excellence.
RSVP link: https://goo.gl/forms/6jFp6RVFq5cUG4522