March 27-29 in Orlando, FL
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Wednesday, March 27 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
UDL, Language and Intersectionality

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This session is about how discourse shapes the way we think and frame things. Thru interactive examples we will unearth individual bias towards around aspects of identity. We will demonstrate the power that common language can have in shaping the classroom experience particularly for those on the margins. This can create or remove barriers for students impacting their success or failure.


Carolee Clyne

Carolee Clyne supports faculty with instructional design focusing on Universal Design for Learning, while also researching faculty engagement to adopting UDL for her PhD dissertation. Carolee has been supporting faculty for over 25 years in higher education. Using her management and... Read More →

Bill Gottschall

Bill Gottschall completed his PhD in Sociology and Communications Journalism and has been dazzling students in sociology and gender studies for over twenty years. Bill has always been involved in social justice issues. Bill has been an ally and an activist for the LGBTQ plus community... Read More →

Wednesday March 27, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm EDT

Attendees (8)