Online Course in Universal Design: Principles and Practice
Universal Design: Principles and Practice
Course runs September 20 - November 15, 2014
Instructors: Manju Banerjee, Ph.D.; Sally Scott, Ph.D.; Caleb Clark
Participants in this course will gain in-depth understanding of the ways in which Universal Design (UD) is shaping traditional classroom instruction, accommodations, and student support services, both at the secondary and postsecondary levels. Starting with a brief overview of guiding principles and research findings on UD and its various iterations, this course will focus on applications of UD in multiple settings (classrooms, tutorials, lab work, studio, and field studies), and across different contexts (subject areas, orientations, curriculum development). Participants will engage in exploring inclusive and accessible learning products, strategies, and environments relevant to their current profession or area of interest.
Number of credits: 3
Delivery Method: This is an online course with weekly synchronous meeting times. Online delivery will be via Moodle http://moodle.landmark.edu. Synchronous meetings will occur via Skype or Google Hangouts. Synchronous meetings are typically scheduled for about an hour and a half on Tuesday and Thursday evenings EST, OR as determined by the instructors and class cohort. We will attempt to accommodate individual schedules and commitments as far as possible.
This course may be taken on its own or as part of Landmark College's Certificate in Universal Design: Technology Integration. The UD-TI Certificate program is designed for professionals and graduate students in the fields of education, technology, and support services. Courses are taught using a combination of online instruction and real-time face-to-face learning via social platforms such as Skype. In partnership with Marlboro College Graduate School, students enrolled in the program also have the option to apply to receive graduate-level credits for their coursework.
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