It has already become clear from the many cases in this webinar series, that UDL offers a convenient framework to design inclusive classes that embrace the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. This webinar series will conclude with recommendations to improve the institutional and systems capacity of the post-secondary sector as it strives to become more inclusive. These recommendations will - in part - be illustrated with concrete actions from the Support Centre for Inclusive Higher Education (SIHO), a national body supporting policy makers and universities to increasingly implement UDL principles in policy and practice.
Targeted participant outcomes:
- Participants will reflect on the progress achieved over the last decade towards UDL implementation and the development of inclusive practices in the higher education classroom;
- Participants will consider and identify remaining challenges;
- Participants will frame calls for action in relation to inclusive practices in the higher education classroom, both globally in terms of the field as a whole, and more specifically with regards to their own professional context.