Special Events Infusing Computational Thinking (CT) and Universal Design..... 10/1/2021

Friday October 1, 2021 at 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM Room Zoom 6 seats available


The need and importance of promoting CT skills among our students and designing our curriculum with the principles of UDL in mind have increased due to disruptive changes over a year in our teaching and learning approaches caused by the pandemic.

We use CT skills in our daily lives and the goal of this training is to include these skills more intentionally in our curriculum to help students learn more effective problem solving strategies.

Similarly, the UDL principles will provide a framework for presenting our curriculum and course design in a more inclusive and accessible way to minimize barriers and maximize learning for all students.

Please register for this workshop as soon as possible as there will be space for 15 participants.

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