June 4, 2021
Hear about Timmary's AP Art History course that welcomes all learners, holds high expectations, and is held in a community-based museum. IT's all made possible through her application of UDL.
May 12, 2021
Art and Design teacher Callie Mulcahy shares how UDL is the perfect fit as she guides her students toward the art standards of creating, responding, presenting, and connecting.
April 21, 2021
Emily Art shares how her department at Relay Graduate School of Education does more than teach about UDL, they are embodying it in their instruction. She shares their ah-ha’s and growth points.
April 9, 2021
Alaa Zaza shares how teachers and schools are supporting all children, including children with disabilities, and how the adults work to provide all children with psychosocial and academic supports in the midst of the Syrian tragedy.
March 17, 2021
The UDL Reporting Criteria tool was created by a mix of researchers and school-based administrators interested in helping others clearly talk about UDL in their journal articles. The tool, though, has shown to be flexible and useful in the learning environment. Though this podcast was originally recorded for UDL Research in 15 Minutes, the topic is a must share for UDL in 15 Minutes!
March 3, 2021
Andretesha Fitzgerald shares how a unit on letter writing empowered her students then and continues to empower her students now.
February 17, 2021
Lizzie Fortin goes beyond modeling UDL during her instructional coaching, she embodies it. Hear how she helped establish community and minimize threats so her colleagues could work to create equitable learning environments.
February 3, 2021
Carolee Clyne of BCcampus in British Columbia shares her passion for Open Education Resources and how those interconnect with UDL. A bonus: she shares an excellent resource on how to get started with OER.
January 20, 2021
Jess Lombardi shares how she empowers her students to understand their own learning needs, track their growth, and lead their own conferences.
January 6, 2021
Stephanie Craig shares how she has grown with UDL across her roles as elementary school teacher, UDL coach, researcher, and assistant professor at Marietta College teaching pre-service teachers.