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Move Beyond Accessibility With Universal Design for Learning

May 22, 2023
Instructional Design
In today's global, diverse world, trainers must go beyond accessibility to reach a variety of learners, including those who have disabilities, low literacy, or are multilingual. Explore the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how this method can help TD professionals reach as many learners as possible.
Gwen Navarrete Klapperich, CPTD, Chief Learning Consultant/Owner - Klapperich International Training Associates (KITA) LLC

Application on the Job 1

Describe various learning challenges or barriers that diverse learners may encounter in traditional training programs.

Application on the Job 2

Apply UDL concepts to the design of their current and future training programs.

Application on the Job 3

Incorporate UDL concepts in training facilitation to increase accessibility and comprehension for a diverse group of learners.

Target Audience

All TD Professionals

Learning Approaches

Core Topic

Session Type

New ATD Speaker

Learning Path(s)

Diversity/Equity/Inclusion/Belonging, Instructional Design Trends, New to L&D
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