Using Universal Design for Learning in the Classroom
Integrating Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can have a positive impact on your learning facilitation. In this workshop preview, educator Antoinette Ellis shares 3 principles for using UDL with your students and examples for ways to extend them into your lessons.
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About Your Facilitator: Antoinette Ellis
Antoinette Ellis is an IAS Educator-in-Residence. She is also the CEO and founder of ACE & CO. Ltd a recruiting firm dedicated to helping women find meaningful careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. She is also a Corporate Social Responsibility Manager for a global IT company. With more than 20 years of professional experience, primarily within the private and non-profit sector, Antoinette is an engaging professional keynote speaker with a dynamic presence as a facilitator and leader. She has won the United Way Speakers Bureau award in recognition of her commitment to inspiring the community through sharing her experience and lending her voice and encouragement. In her spare time Antoinette enjoys traveling, painting with acrylics and crafting with her Cricut. She lives just outside of Toronto, Ontario in Canada with her husband and two children.
Check out Tonie’s free article on Facilitating Learning Rather Than Teaching that accompanies this workshop preview.