Designing Courses with Intention: Universal Design Benefits Everyone

Time

10:00 am - 10:30 am PST

This presentation will encourage instructors to rethink their course design and policies to utilize Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to allow all students opportunities to be successful in their learning endeavors. A review of the reasons why UDL should be used, as well as how it helps all students will be provided. A discussion on how to engage in conversations with individuals to ask about their support needs will also occur.

Speakers

Krista Puruhito
Krista Puruhito, Ph.D.
Associate Teaching Professor at ASU

Krista Puruhito is a learning scientist, disability advocate, associate teaching professor, and parent of children with disabilities. Her work, teaching, and advocacy center around improving the lives of individuals and families with disabilities and deconstructing barriers to accessibility.

Sarah Bolmarcich
Sarah Bolmarcich
Associate Teaching Professor of Classics at ASU

Sarah Bolmarcich teaches classical languages in the School of International Letters and Cultures and is sixth-generation deaf.

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Track

Courses and content