Georgia LEND (Georgia State University)

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pdf File GALend Overarching ideas.12.21.15.pdf (159KB) [download]

pdf File LEND UDL Accessible Syllabus.12.21.15.pdf (160KB) [download]

pdf File Lend UDL Recommendations.12.21.15.pdf (166KB) [download]

pdf File List of UDL Resources.pdf (71KB) [download]

doc File Syllabus Round 1.doc (133KB) [download]

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pdf File Course Summary Guidelines and Tips.pdf (13KB) [download]

doc File Course Summary Template with Commentary.doc (40KB) [download]

doc File Example Couse Summary- Leadership Seminar.doc (52KB) [download]

doc File Example Pre-Session Introduction Email.doc (31KB) [download]

doc File Guided Notes with Commentary.doc (29KB) [download]

doc File Course Summary Blank Template.doc (36KB) [download]

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Project Summary:

Work with a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) consultant to develop a program curriculum that is accessible to all learners and that increases the inclusiveness of accommodations which may be provided to support trainees with additional needs, such as those with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

Objectives Accomplished:

  • Began aligning the Georgia LEND curriculum with a UDL framework after working with an outside consultant and university entities that specialize in instructional improvement to identify the most efficient and cost-effective approaches to implementing recommendations
  • Developed a set of UDL alignment guidelines and templates for future curricular development 
  • Worked with current self-advocate trainees to understant how individual accommodations can be incorporated into broader UDL aligned curricula.  

Primary Contacts:

Emily Graybill | egraybill1@gsu.edu

Daniel Crimmins | dcrimmins@gsu.edu