Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Elementary and Secondary: Creating Engaging and Accessible Learning Environments for All Students

DateClass TypeAddressCityStatePrice
11/16/2022 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM PST1981 NE Columbia RdSeattleWA$15.00

Are you wondering about Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how this could impact your students? Curious about UDL and what this could look like in your classroom? UDL helps teachers plan for the active engagement and participation of all learners. Join us as we share examples of UDL in elementary and secondary settings, and create plans for using UDL in your classroom.

Objective:
1. Review the UDL Framework and Examples 
2. Create plans for UDL in your classroom or program

$15
November 16, 2022 | 3:30 - 5:00 PM (PST)
Includes 1.5 clock hours

Audience: Elementary & Secondary Teachers

Meet the instructor:

Ariane is the senior director of the Professional Development and Training Team at the Haring Center for Inclusive Education. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Washington and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst – Doctoral.

Ariane has extensive experience leading professional development and in-service trainings on topics including inclusion, neurodiversity, home visiting, tiered systems of support, individualized instruction, and family collaboration. She is the author of many peer-reviewed articles and chapters, including Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs. Ariane is an active member of the Division for Early Childhood (DEC), on the Editorial Board of Young Exceptional Children, and a part of several state and national committees promoting inclusion and best practices in education. 

Before joining the Haring Center team, Ariane was a clinical faculty member in the UW College of Education, Field Director of the Special Education Program at UW, and coached with the UW’s Center for Teaching and Learning. She has experience as a special education teacher, early intervention provider, Sibshop facilitator, and educational consultant. Her research interests include personnel retention, supporting families of individuals with disabilities, and sustainable interventions to promote inclusion for all children.

Kristin is a partner manager at the Haring Center for Inclusive Education. She received her Masters in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Washington.  

Kristin’s work focuses on helping program leaders and teachers create system-wide changes to include diverse learners in school settings confidently. She leads professional development trainings on inclusive best practices and coaches teachers on innovative strategies that help all children learn and thrive. 

Prior to joining the Haring Center, Kristin worked as a preschool and kindergarten teacher, graduate student supervisor, social skills group teacher, and parent educator. She also worked as a curriculum specialist on several national projects, including the Head Start Center for Inclusion and the National Center for Quality Teaching and Learning. In addition to her work with Professional Development and Training, Kristin works on the Family Support Team at the Experimental Education Unit. 


If you have questions or comments, please contact the Haring Center Professional Development and Training team at haringpd@uw.edu.