"Reaching High Expectations: Success for ALL"   |   Technology Rich Solutions for Supporting Inclusive Practices "Reaching High Expectations: Success for ALL"
Technology Rich Solutions for Supporting Inclusive Practices

Date: November 6-7, 2017
Location: Kalahari Resort and Convention Center, Wisconsin Dells, WI


UDL Rock Stars Katie Novak and Allison Posey headline this conference.

Katie Novak, is the author of Revised and Expanded Edition: UDL Now! A Teacher’s Guide to Applying Universal Design for Learning in Today’s Classrooms, which has sold over 20,000 copies worldwide. Her other two publications, of which she is a co-author, have been endorsed by leading professors in the field of education and state departments of education. As an example, UDL in the Cloud was endorsed by the Executive Director of The Initiative on Learning and Teaching at MIT. Mitchell Chester, the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), endorsed Universally Designed Leadership

Dr. Novak's Keynote Address: UDL Implementation is Not a Random Act of Improvement.  In this universally designed keynote, educators will unpack the UDL implemented system and participate in collaborative activities to understand and explain what it means to be an expert learner and how expert learners are fostered by expert teachers in expert systems.

Plus: Back by Popular demand....

Allison Posey returns to spend a day with us.  Allison Posey participates in curricular design, online course instruction, and leads professional learning programs, including the CAST UDL Symposium. She works with educators to integrate and apply current understandings from brain research about learning into instructional practices so that all learners are able to access, integrate and become expert learners.

Allison's Keynote Professional Learning with UDL. There is a neuromyth that brain development is completed by adulthood, but we know now that this not the case. Some of our most dynamic, expert learning happens as adults! In this conversation, we will explore how the brain learns, from early development through adulthood, and reflect on what this means from the design and implementation of adult professional learning. With this perspective, and the lens of UDL, we will discuss how to suppor the variability of adult learners to be purposeful, resourceful, and strategic towards their passions.  When we better understand how we learn ourselves, we can better empathize with our students and proactively design for all.

Plus:  25 break out sessions.  Submit your proposals now.

Early Bird Pricing Ends October 2, 2017


Regular Pricing

Participant $285.00
Full Time Student $149.00
Parent of a Student with a Disability $149.00
Presenter $149.00

*Registration fees are non-refundable. Registrant substitutions may be made without an additional registration fee.

*Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover) are the accepted form of payment for registration. CESA 11 will appear on your credit card statement. Vendor address for prior approval purposes: CESA #11, 225 Ostermann Drive, Turtle Lake, WI 54889. For any questions contact info@edevents.org.