‘Beyond Curiosity: Developing a sustainable roadmap for UDL implementation within your organisation’ is a one-time only event facilitated by international inclusive education expert Fredric Fovet.
There has been considerable interest in UDL across higher education in North America over the last decade and numerous initiatives around its implementation in teaching and learning have begun. Momentum is growing and this energy is now palpable in the Australian post-secondary sector as well. While both implementation in the field and scholarship on pedagogical benefits of UDL have grown significantly in the last few years, the focus of the literature remains on convincing accessibility service providers, faculty, and senior administrators of the beneficial impact of UDL on inclusive classroom practices. There has been little attention paid, however, to the organizational challenges of planning, leading, monitoring, and completing a successful process of UDL adoption across complex and multi-layered higher education institutions.
This master class on the process of UDL implementation across post-secondary campuses will consider the next frontier: creating sustainable strategic practices that guarantee successful and durable adoption within the varied ecological landscapes that these organizations represent. The masterclass will support participants in (i) considering possible organizational hurdles to this process of implementation, (ii) brainstorming on possible sustainable practices that can support this campus-wide adoption process, (iii) developing a discourse and a framework that can be shared with colleagues and administration, and can be integrated in mission statements and vision exercises.
For further information visit: https://www.adcet.edu.au/resource/11184/udl-masterclass or contact Jacquie Tinkler