Step-by-Step: Lesson Planning for All Learners using Universal Design for Learning

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Your UDL Lesson Planner

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Speaker: Dr. Patti Kelly Ralabate

Required materials: At least one copy for the Organization: Your UDL Lesson Planner: The Step-by-Step Guide for Teaching All Learners

Recommended Materials: Your UDL Lesson Planner: The Step-by-Step Guide for Teaching All Learners, one copy per participant.

Who will benefit from this seminar:

  • General education teachers
  • Preschool educators
  • Special educators
  • Inclusion specialists
  • College instructors
  • Specialized instructional support personnel, such as speech-language pathologists
  • English as a second language teachers, curriculum planners, professional development providers, administrators, principals, assistant principals

Seminar length:
1-day Overview
2-day Comprehensive

Number of participants: 20 – 40
Maximum number = 50

Speaker Fees:
1 day seminar = $3,000.00
2 day seminar = $4,600.00

What do speaker fees include?

Please add an additional fee of $750.00 if BOL is required to review or complete documentation (e.g., terms and conditions, agreements, contracts, purchase order, vendor registration form, addendum, etc.) in addition to or in lieu of BOL’s standard training agreement.

Prices may vary by location.

Seminar Description:
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) expert Dr. Patti Kelly Ralabat shares strategies with educators on the UDL lesson planning process, from developing clear, flexible learning goals to addressing diverse learner needs to reflecting on lesson assessments that matter. Participants actively engage in application exercises, reflection questions, and check-ins, and learn about the 6 practical steps of UDL lesson planning through classroom videos and vignettes that bring key UDL concepts to life.

Seminar contents include:

  • Understanding the big ideas of UDL—what it is, what it’s not
  • Creating effective, flexible, SMART learning goals based on content and performance standards
  • Addressing learner variability for learners of all ages
  • Measuring what matters by applying UDL to the assessment of student progress
  • Infusing UDL features into traditional instructional methods
  • Selecting materials, tools, and media that add real value
  • Using self-reflection strategies that lead to UDL expertise

Speaker

Dr. Patti Kelly Ralabate
Dr. Patti Kelly Ralabate