- Cheltenham School District
Register Now for Universal Learning Design with Shelley Moore
The PA Inclusion Collective in partnership with the MCIU presents "Universal Design for Learning" with Shelley Moore, a four-part virtual series for families and educators to learn side-by-side how to support students’ diverse needs and create equitable access for all. How we understand inclusion is shifting. Rather than trying to include a few students who are different, we are striving to teach to the difference.
Originally from Edmonton, and now based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Shelley Moore is a highly sought-after teacher, researcher, speaker and storyteller and has worked with school districts and community organizations around the world in supporting and promoting equity for all learners. Her first book “One Without the Other” was released in July 2016 to follow up her TEDx talk. Moore completed an undergraduate degree in special education at the University of Alberta, and her master's degree at Simon Fraser University. She is a doctoral candidate at the University of British Columbia.
THE EVOLUTION OF INCLUSION - 2/9/2022 | In this session, we will look at how Universal Design for Learning can help us to get to know our students so that we can respond to, plan and create space for all of their diverse strengths and identities.
SUPPORT ONE, SUPPORT ALL - 2/16/2022 | In this session, we will look at how to anticipate and plan for the needs of students using universal supports and strategies. We will look at examples of how to use resources in effective and efficient ways, based on our plans to increase access for all.
THE GUIDING CONDITIONS OF INCLUSION AND UDL - 2/23/2022 | In this session, we will dive into the research of inclusion. We will look at literature and strategies, and be reminded of the building blocks needed for individuals and families to advocate for inclusion, from kindergarten all the way through to high school and beyond.
CENTERING SELF DETERMINATION AND STUDENT AGENCY IN UDL PLANNING - 3/2/2022 | In this session, we will look at why self-determination and student agency are critical components in inclusive planning. With the goal of centralizing inclusive planning around the student and their family, this session will also model strategies that collect student voice in a variety of ways.
Who should attend this virtual session? Anyone who would like to learn more about how Universal Design for Learning can create an environment where ALL students can meaningfully participate in learning together.
- Teachers - Act 48 credits available!
- School board members