UM Extended Education

PDAL 0194 UDL (Universal Design for Learning) to Facilitate Older Adult Learning

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This course outlines the principles and practices of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), an approach to teaching and learning that focuses on removing barriers to learning for all. You will learn principles of UDL in general before exploring applications to older adult learners in the design and/or delivery of a course or service, as well as the intersections between UDL and other movements focused on expanding access to education, such as equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI); decolonization, Indigenization, and reconciliation; and anti-racist pedagogies. In this course you will also apply UDL principles and practices to your own specific teaching or service delivery setting, exploring site-specific barriers and developing strategies for overcoming them so that older adult learning and service provision is as equitable and inclusive as possible.

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