Designing For Diverse Learners: Personalized Learning Through A UDL Lens

All learners have different strengths, challenges, aptitudes, interests, talents and aspirations. Variability is the norm!

This six-week, online course will provide an introduction to the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework and how the framework can be used to personalize the learning experience. The framework provides diverse learners multiple means to access information, engage in learning opportunities and express what they know. UDL minimizes barriers, maximizes learning, and helps all learners meet high standards.

Throughout the course you will gain valuable insights on how UDL supports the core elements of personalized learning and facilitates the development of learner profiles, customized learning paths and proficiency-based progress. Consider the possibilities the UDL framework offers in designing personalized, flexible, supportive curricula that is responsive to individual student variability.


Feb 6 - Mar 20, 2018

Cost per person:
Institute member: $285
Non-Institute member: $335
Group rate - 10+ participants (Non-Institute members): $300


Monica Sepic
Program Assistant