Live Virtual: Help Me Learn–Universal Design for Learning

Early childhood care providers are superheroes! Each day, you are challenged to meet the unique and varying strengths and abilities of all young children. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework to help provide access and learning for all. UDL encourages providers to consider three key elements: multiple means of engagement, representation and expression.  Participants will learn the basics of UDL and its rationale for use. They will also practice planning 1 or 2 learning activities incorporating the UDL process and the Kansas Early Learning Standards. If you are looking for new ideas and strategies to help engage all young learners, this training is for you!  This course is appropriate for all early care and education professionals. ​


Course Details

  • KDHE Approved:Yes
  • Clock Hours:2
  • CDA Subject Area:2 - 2 - Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • KS/MO Core Comp Area:II. Learning Environment and Curriculum
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