"The class I am taking under Tammy Berg's instruction is both enjoyable and useful. Her assignments focus on important topics in the reading material and lead me to apply the subject matter directly to my job. Her responses to the assignments I've submitted have been quick and helpful. I would recommend Tammy's courses to anyone looking for a worthwhile challenge."
- Steve H.

UDL (Universal Design Learning) in Action

Print Based Course Printed Course

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that addresses the, inflexible, “one-size-fits-all” curricula that is a primary barrier to fostering expert learners within instructional environments. Learners who are “in the margins”, such as learners who are gifted and talented or have disabilities, are particularly vulnerable. However, even learners who are identified as “average” may also not have their learning needs met due to poor curricular design. UDL helps address learner variability by suggesting flexible goals, materials, methods, and assessments that empower educators to meet these varied needs. Curricula that is created using UDL is designed from the outset to meet the needs of all learners, making costly, time-consuming, and after-the-fact changes unnecessary. This course will explore the basics of UDL as well as offer creative ideas for moving UDL from theory to practice. The projected outcome of this course is to provide classroom teachers with the knowledge, understanding, and methodologies for UDL as well as help them access highly effective ideas that will help them address diverse learning needs and increase all students' access to the general curriculum.
Instructor: Tammy Berg
Phone: 715-387-4653
Email: info@sctgradclasses.com

A sample syllabus, course objectives, or lesson overviews are available by contacting the instructor.

Colorado State University - Pueblo 3 Spring-Summer-Fall ED 501 (Special Topic Course) Print Based
University of Sioux Falls 3 Enroll Anytime
(6 months to complete)
EDU_SCT.15 Print Based
QC denotes "Quarter Credits" • 5 Quarter Credits = 3.33 Semester Credits • 4 Quarter Credits = 2.67 Semester Credits