UDL, our shared path to a more equitable future for all.

Hello! Please access the video recording, meeting notes, and shared resources for last week's quarterly meeting in the 3.16.23 Meeting Folder.

🔗 3.16.23 Meeting Folder

1. Slide Deck & Notes 2. Easy-to-Read Guide 3. (Draft) Easy-to-Read Expert Learner Attributes 4. Microsoft Inclusive Design for Cognition 6. Microsoft Cognition Case Studies

Expert Learners

Below is a draft of the Expert Learners Attributes, created using the Easy to Read Guidelines. Please share your feedback and ideas in the survey above.

The UDL-IRN Implementation SIG is working to reduce barriers by using the UDL Framework as a three-year progression! This year, we are focused on entering our work around Multiple Means of Representation. Please take a look at our plan and join us in June!

Join Us in June! UDL- IRN Implementation SIG Quarterly Meeting

Friday, June 16th, 2-3:30pm

This is an online event.

We will be focusing on Multiple Means of Representation

- Perception + Implementation Science:
Adapting to Context

- Offering Alternatives for Visual & Auditory Information Strategies Share
Support Resourceful & Knowledgeable Learning


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Cherie Smith, UDL-IRN Implementation SIG Co-Chairperson

Cherie currently serves as a regional consultant for State Support Team 6 in Ohio. Cherie has "real world" experience utilizing Implementation Science expertise to coach school districts and leaders through the implementation of Universal Design for Learning. She also has extensive experience providing target support to districts in the areas of continuous improvement that focus on analyzing the effectiveness of district practices through the lens of both adult and student data analysis by leveraging tools, knowledge, and practices informed by Implementation Science.

Beth Stark, UDL-IRN Implementation SIG Co-Chairperson

Beth Stark is an Educational Consultant specializing in UDL Implementation and Inclusionary Practices for International Schools. Her passion for reducing barriers through systematic design and centering accessibility began during her years as a teacher for learners who are Blind and Visually Impaired. Beth serves as the Co-Chairperson of the UDL-IRN Implementation Special Interest Group and is an active member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals. As a Consultant, Beth partners with International Schools around the world to build awareness, readiness, and capacity for the successful implementation of Universal Design for Learning, develop thoughtful technology solutions to increase access and agency and create robust systems of support for all learners.