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Webinar: A Look at Transition Related Resources & Beyond for students with disabilities in Florida

August 30, 2019 @ 11:30 am

Below is the link to a recent FCIHE Faculty Professional Development webinar that speaks directly to your requests.  Please share the link widely.  It is well worth the time to hear how three postsecondary education faculty from Florida and South Carolina not only support the students with intellectual disabilities enrolled in their courses, but through a Universal Design for Learning lens, are enhancing their courses to better support all students. Filled with examples and resources, this is a must-see webinar.


Description: IHE Professional Development for faculty and by faculty, addressing challenges and sharing practical solutions to engage and teach students with intellectual disabilities in postsecondary courses.

Length: 55 minutes


Topics Covered: Course content and reasonable adaptations for student learning outcomes, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), navigating student engagement and expectations, student contracts, student accountability, student assessment, and more.


Students with Intellectual Disabilities in a College Course? Sure! But How Do We Do It?

University of Central Florida

4000 Central Florida Blvd.
Ferrell Commons, 7C, Room 155
Orlando, FL 32816-3661

Call 407-823-1099


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