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One of the objectives of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is to help you become more intentional as you plan the design, delivery, and assessment of learning. When environments are intentionally designed, all learners can engage in meaningful learning. In this FLO Friday workshop, you will learn more about the three principles of UDL and how to apply them in different contexts. You will identify techniques to include learner voice and learner choice in the courses/learnings you design. And hopefully you’ll feel inspired to experiment with UDL to reduce barriers and maximize learning opportunities for all learners.
Taruna Goel (she/her) is a learning and development professional with over 23 years of experience in adult education, workplace training, and performance improvement. She has designed custom learning experiences (classroom/e-learning/blended) for Fortune 500 companies, government organizations, and industry associations in Canada and abroad. She currently works with North Pacific, in Vancouver, BC, where she designs competency-based occupational standards, certification, and assessment frameworks and recognition of prior learning programs for technical and non-technical occupations. Taruna is also an instructor with the University of Victoria and teaches a course in instructional design as a part of the Certificate in Adult and Continuing Education program.
- FLO Friday: UDL Transcript [PDF]
- FLO Friday: UDL for Intentional Design_Resources – TG – 6 May 2022 [PDF]
- FLO Friday: UDL for Intentional Design – Slides [PDF]