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Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

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This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

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Bryan Dean
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Is there a place to identify what the expectations are and about how much time I need to set aside to earn this credential? Trying to decide when to begin. Thanks!

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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

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No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
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Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

About

This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

Select the INTERACTIVE tab to access the mini-course interactive modules.

Authors/Creators
Bryan Dean
Matt Marino

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Learning Designed

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Professional Development

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Is there a place to identify what the expectations are and about how much time I need to set aside to earn this credential? Trying to decide when to begin. Thanks!

Sun, 09/29/2019 - 15:34
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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

Mon, 11/25/2019 - 16:24
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No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
Tue, 09/08/2020 - 10:14
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
Sat, 09/26/2020 - 09:39
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Is this an active area for comments? I don't see any responses or ways to repond. Please advise. Thank you. 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:00
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Is it recommended to take both Levels or can one move to Level II if they have a good base knowledge of UDL? 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:03

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Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

About

This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

Select the INTERACTIVE tab to access the mini-course interactive modules.

Authors/Creators
Bryan Dean
Matt Marino

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Learning Designed

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Professional Development

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Is there a place to identify what the expectations are and about how much time I need to set aside to earn this credential? Trying to decide when to begin. Thanks!

Sun, 09/29/2019 - 15:34
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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

Mon, 11/25/2019 - 16:24
0
No votes yet
No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
Tue, 09/08/2020 - 10:14
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
Sat, 09/26/2020 - 09:39
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Is this an active area for comments? I don't see any responses or ways to repond. Please advise. Thank you. 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:00
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Is it recommended to take both Levels or can one move to Level II if they have a good base knowledge of UDL? 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:03

group of people gathering their hands together as backdrop photo to the title Associate Credential Level 1

Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

About

This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

Select the INTERACTIVE tab to access the mini-course interactive modules.

Authors/Creators
Bryan Dean
Matt Marino

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Learning Designed

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Professional Development

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Is there a place to identify what the expectations are and about how much time I need to set aside to earn this credential? Trying to decide when to begin. Thanks!

Sun, 09/29/2019 - 15:34
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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

Mon, 11/25/2019 - 16:24
0
No votes yet
No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
Tue, 09/08/2020 - 10:14
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
Sat, 09/26/2020 - 09:39
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Is this an active area for comments? I don't see any responses or ways to repond. Please advise. Thank you. 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:00
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Is it recommended to take both Levels or can one move to Level II if they have a good base knowledge of UDL? 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:03

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Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

About

This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

Select the INTERACTIVE tab to access the mini-course interactive modules.

Authors/Creators
Bryan Dean
Matt Marino

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Learning Designed

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Professional Development

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Interactive module

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September 8, 2021

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Is there a place to identify what the expectations are and about how much time I need to set aside to earn this credential? Trying to decide when to begin. Thanks!

Sun, 09/29/2019 - 15:34
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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

Mon, 11/25/2019 - 16:24
0
No votes yet
No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
Tue, 09/08/2020 - 10:14
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
Sat, 09/26/2020 - 09:39
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Is this an active area for comments? I don't see any responses or ways to repond. Please advise. Thank you. 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:00
0
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Is it recommended to take both Levels or can one move to Level II if they have a good base knowledge of UDL? 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:03

group of people gathering their hands together as backdrop photo to the title Associate Credential Level 1

Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

About

This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

Select the INTERACTIVE tab to access the mini-course interactive modules.

Authors/Creators
Bryan Dean
Matt Marino

Organization/Publishers:

Learning Designed

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Professional Development

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Interactive module

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September 8, 2021

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Is there a place to identify what the expectations are and about how much time I need to set aside to earn this credential? Trying to decide when to begin. Thanks!

Sun, 09/29/2019 - 15:34
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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

Mon, 11/25/2019 - 16:24
0
No votes yet
No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
Tue, 09/08/2020 - 10:14
0
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
Sat, 09/26/2020 - 09:39
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Is this an active area for comments? I don't see any responses or ways to repond. Please advise. Thank you. 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:00
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Is it recommended to take both Levels or can one move to Level II if they have a good base knowledge of UDL? 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:03

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Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

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This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

Select the INTERACTIVE tab to access the mini-course interactive modules.

Authors/Creators
Bryan Dean
Matt Marino

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Learning Designed

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Professional Development

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Interactive module

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September 8, 2021

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Is there a place to identify what the expectations are and about how much time I need to set aside to earn this credential? Trying to decide when to begin. Thanks!

Sun, 09/29/2019 - 15:34
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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

Mon, 11/25/2019 - 16:24
0
No votes yet
No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
Tue, 09/08/2020 - 10:14
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
Sat, 09/26/2020 - 09:39
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Is this an active area for comments? I don't see any responses or ways to repond. Please advise. Thank you. 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:00
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Is it recommended to take both Levels or can one move to Level II if they have a good base knowledge of UDL? 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:03

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Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

About

This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

Select the INTERACTIVE tab to access the mini-course interactive modules.

Authors/Creators
Bryan Dean
Matt Marino

Organization/Publishers:

Learning Designed

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Professional Development

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Interactive module

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September 8, 2021

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Is there a place to identify what the expectations are and about how much time I need to set aside to earn this credential? Trying to decide when to begin. Thanks!

Sun, 09/29/2019 - 15:34
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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

Mon, 11/25/2019 - 16:24
0
No votes yet
No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
Tue, 09/08/2020 - 10:14
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
Sat, 09/26/2020 - 09:39
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Is this an active area for comments? I don't see any responses or ways to repond. Please advise. Thank you. 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:00
0
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Is it recommended to take both Levels or can one move to Level II if they have a good base knowledge of UDL? 

Wed, 05/26/2021 - 17:03

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Mini-course: Associate Credential - Level 1

The premier resource authored by the professionals at Learning Designed - designed for anyone pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1.

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

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This premier resource, authored by the professionals at Learning Designed, prepares anyone who is pursuing the UDL Associate Credential - Level 1. Learn more about why UDL is so important to designing modern learning environments that address the needs of all learners. 

Select the INTERACTIVE tab to access the mini-course interactive modules.

Authors/Creators
Bryan Dean
Matt Marino

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Learning Designed

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Professional Development

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Interactive module

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September 8, 2021

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Good Q Ruby, I am wondering the same. Does it really take a year to earn the credential, especially if you have a firm knowledge base of UDL?

Mon, 11/25/2019 - 16:24
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No sound? Am I missing something? Text-to-speech voice over is simple to accomplish and would help enormously. The NVDA screen reader is having trouble with the first reading assignment. Plus, when the assignment is completed, a screen appears that reads "BYE! You may now leave this page." But the only way to leave is to exit the course, which means I have to now reload and pick through to where I left off. For a course on UDL principles, it is a bit ironic that the module doesn't seem to be set up to accomodate all learners.
Tue, 09/08/2020 - 10:14
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UDL is important to teachers and students at schools. To students, UDL provides multiple means of representations, which can promote students' understanding of lessons. students who can understand the knowledge and context at the lesson are more likely to master the skills and contents, and therefore they can achieve higher scores and succeed at schools. Meanwhile, UDL allows students to express themselves in multiple ways, which means that students can use the ways that they are interested to show their knowledge in classes and assessments. it is particularly important to students with disabilities to express themselves in flexible ways, because they may face barriers when they are required to use one way to participate in testing. Moreover, UDL stresses the engagement in students' learning, so that students are more likely to finish their learning. To teachers, using UDL to design a lesson is more likely to include all students at a class, because teachers use multiple ways to promote students' understanding, engagement, and participation, which can help teachers to design successful lessons. at the same time, using UDL can help teachers to reflect their students because UDL can be a checklist, when teachers design their lessons, and teachers can design flexible lessons if they can rethink their lessons in UDL principles.
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Myth of Average

Building Mindsets for Learner Variability/Inclusive Practice

This session details how the Learner Variability and Special Education Initiative at Teach For America develops mindsets for incoming teachers as well as staff members and the promising results stemming from this approach.

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Curious about building or deepening mindsets in teachers and school leaders that invest them in welcoming all learners and building inclusive classrooms and schools? This session details how the Learner Variability and Special Education Initiative at Teach For America develops mindsets for incoming teachers as well as staff members and the promising results stemming from this approach. The session explores the history of ableism and its intersection with racism and other forms of oppression, ramifications on students today, different models of disability, and how we consider our own identity when it comes to ability. The session concludes with an exploration of how the Initiative then connects Universal Design for Learning as a pedagogical framework for welcoming learner variability and incorporating inclusive practices in all classrooms and schools.

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Kate Blanchard

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December 15, 2020

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