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Universal Design for Learning: Back to the Basics – Session 3 Strategic Networks

In this 3-part series we will take a brief look at Universal Design for Learning framework and then spend quality time focused on each of the 3 principles. Each session will focus on a different network in the UDL framework. We will explore the research supporting the specific network and how students benefit when teachers predict and plan for common barriers. Join us for all 3 sessions, or choose the one that best meets your needs.

Universal Design for Learning: Back to the Basics – Session 3 Strategic Networks Handout

Judy Peacock

Judy Peacock

Ed. S

Judy Peacock is currently working as an AT Specialist in a Florida school district. For the past 6 years, she served as the Region 1 Technology Coordinator for the Technology and Learning Connections team, part of the PS/RtI Project in Florida. During that time, she worked with 17 local school districts in the Panhandle of Florida, many of which are small and rural districts. Judy worked closely with district administration and local assistive technology specialists (LATS) to identify and support needs ranging from technical assistance in the areas of assistive technology, accessible educational materials (AEM) and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to providing professional development and implementation support in these areas. Judy received her BA in Elementary Education, her M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and Design and her Ed.S. in Educational Leadership from the University of West Florida. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Curriculum and Assessment (ABD) from the University of West Florida.

Judy has also taught 5th grade in Escambia County, FL. While earning her Gifted Endorsement, she taught gifted and talented students in a resource model for K-5th grade. She then transitioned to the position of Instructional Technology Specialist for the Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System (FDLRS) for 7 years.

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Universal Design for Learning: Back to the Basics – Session 2 Recognition Networks

In this 3-part series we will take a brief look at Universal Design for Learning framework and then spend quality time focused on each of the 3 principles. Each session will focus on a different network in the UDL framework. We will explore the research supporting the specific network and how students benefit when teachers predict and plan for common barriers. Join us for all 3 sessions, or choose the one that best meets your needs. Universal Design for Learning: Back to the Basics - Session 2 Recognition Networks Handout

Judy Peacock

Judy Peacock

Ed. S

Judy Peacock is currently working as an AT Specialist in a Florida school district. For the past 6 years, she served as the Region 1 Technology Coordinator for the Technology and Learning Connections team, part of the PS/RtI Project in Florida. During that time, she worked with 17 local school districts in the Panhandle of Florida, many of which are small and rural districts. Judy worked closely with district administration and local assistive technology specialists (LATS) to identify and support needs ranging from technical assistance in the areas of assistive technology, accessible educational materials (AEM) and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to providing professional development and implementation support in these areas. Judy received her BA in Elementary Education, her M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and Design and her Ed.S. in Educational Leadership from the University of West Florida. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Curriculum and Assessment (ABD) from the University of West Florida.

Judy has also taught 5th grade in Escambia County, FL. While earning her Gifted Endorsement, she taught gifted and talented students in a resource model for K-5th grade. She then transitioned to the position of Instructional Technology Specialist for the Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System (FDLRS) for 7 years.

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Universal Design for Learning: Back to the Basics – Session 1 Affective Networks

In this 3-part series we will take a brief look at Universal Design for Learning framework and then spend quality time focused on each of the 3 principles. Each session will focus on a different network in the UDL framework. We will explore the research supporting the specific network and how students benefit when teachers predict and plan for common barriers. Join us for all 3 sessions, or choose the one that best meets your needs.

Universal Design for Learning: Back to the Basics – Session 1 Affective Networks Handout

Judy Peacock

Judy Peacock

Ed. S

Judy Peacock is currently working as an AT Specialist in a Florida school district. For the past 6 years, she served as the Region 1 Technology Coordinator for the Technology and Learning Connections team, part of the PS/RtI Project in Florida. During that time, she worked with 17 local school districts in the Panhandle of Florida, many of which are small and rural districts. Judy worked closely with district administration and local assistive technology specialists (LATS) to identify and support needs ranging from technical assistance in the areas of assistive technology, accessible educational materials (AEM) and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to providing professional development and implementation support in these areas. Judy received her BA in Elementary Education, her M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and Design and her Ed.S. in Educational Leadership from the University of West Florida. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Curriculum and Assessment (ABD) from the University of West Florida.

Judy has also taught 5th grade in Escambia County, FL. While earning her Gifted Endorsement, she taught gifted and talented students in a resource model for K-5th grade. She then transitioned to the position of Instructional Technology Specialist for the Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System (FDLRS) for 7 years.

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