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Poster Sessions

A graphic of a fist bump under the session title: Putting the “U” in UDL! Integrating a Critical Lens into the Implementation of Universal Design for Learning Putting the “U” in UDL! Integrating a Critical Lens into the Implementation of Universal Design for Learning - UDL is intended as a framework for educators to ensure all students regardless of ability, cultural background, and race are instructed and supported to thrive…
Paper is cut in the shape of a head with the words "Mental Health" in place of the brain. Colored crumpled sheets of paper surround the drawing in a circle. Exploring the Intersectionality of UDL with Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) and Mental Health  - Heidi Parisotto and Venecia Williams have been championing UDL at Vancouver Community College in Vancouver, Canada. Over the past year, they have been working with…
Two figures' brains are connected by interconnecting gears. UDL and Open Pedagogy in Course Design: An Analysis of Student Engagement in Psychology 101 - Student engagement has been studied in both UDL and Open Pedagogy, though independent of each other. This project seeks to fill the gap in the…
A group of students wearing backpacks run into a school. Root Canal or Grassroots Effort: Reflections on Authentic UDL Implementation & Scaling from Classroom to School District - This action research project explores one central Florida school district’s current placement in UDL implementation as perceived by administrators, district administrators, educators, and existing data.…
A professional works at a computer desk alongside papers, glasses, and a tablet. Solving Common Teaching Challenges with Universal Design for Learning and Canvas  - The Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research and Academic Technologies, two departments at Northeastern University, teamed up to create a resource that would…
Graphics and icons float around the word "survey" Survey Says!: Setting the Benchmark for Strategic Action on UDL at Centennial College  - Incorporating UDL at an institutional level requires a cultural shift, which does not happen overnight or by a single individual. It requires strong collaboration between…
A ballpoint pen sits on top of a piece of paper with notes. Lesson Planning for Instructional Equity: One Instructional Model - At the end of the session, participants will be able to determine the value of integrating principles, guidelines, and checkpoints of UDL within an established…
Teachers work together and high five in a library. Perception is Everything in UDL – Reframing Perception to Shift Actions in UDL Teacher Preparation - This session disseminates a newly published dissertation on reframing UDL and inclusion in higher education among professors of teacher candidates that uses critical theory and…
Tile shows a paper airplane with lines drawn from it next to the session title: Creative Collaborations: Embedding UDL principles into a Collaborative Online International Learning Project Creative Collaborations: Embedding UDL Principles into a Collaborative Online International Learning Project  - This interactive poster will share the experience and insights gained by faculty members who have designed and delivered a UDL-inspired collaborative online international learning (COIL)…
A skeleton and a human body model sit in a health classroom. Universally Designed Puberty Instruction - This session, Universally Designed Puberty Instruction, focuses on a collaboration between the Adolescent Resource Center (ARC) Program at Children & Families First and the University…
A person writes in a notepad sitting on a desk next to a laptop. Writing Barriers, Strategies, and UDL: Not just for K12 - Barriers to communicating in writing, or written expression, are not isolated to students at the elementary and secondary levels. The same barriers experienced by K12…