Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee Webinar Series
Curious about the foundational concepts behind Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? Want to discover the potential impact of UDL on assignment accessibility? Interested in seeing a real-world example of UDL in action, especially one honoring the TRC Call to Action?
This webinar highlights the importance of accessible assignment instructions and provides some best practices for enhancing accessibility using the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). An example assignment is explored, honouring the TRC Call to Action. Finally, in-class instructions for CLB 2-4 learners are revised for improved accessibility.
In this webinar we will:
Webinar Type: Teaching Best Practices
Categories: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, Instructional Design
Teaching Sectors: All sectors, LINC
Participant Level: No previous knowledge required
Amber Shaw (she/herself) currently teaches at the University of British Columbia in the Vantage College program as a UDL Faculty Fellow. She has taught EAL in private colleges, LINC, and was a CELPIP test rater. She holds TESL Canada Professional Standard Three Certification, TCPS-2 (Research Ethics) Certification, and currently serves as 1st VP of BC TEAL.
* Members must be a member of the TESL Ontario group on Tutela.
Please note: TESL Canada and TESL Ontario are separate entities. Your TESL Canada membership does not include free access to TESL Ontario webinars. To learn more about TESL Ontario Standard Membership, please click HERE.