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Thursday, October 21 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Supporting All STEAM Learners with UDL

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Join us to learn about and use the Corgi application: free interactive, digital graphic organizers designed to support higher-order thinking skills, STEAM learning, content organization, and collaboration. We’ll utilize Corgi’s Comparison Guide to showcase how learners can collaborate remotely on NGSS-aligned science lessons. We'll also highlight the application of UDL within the Corgi app and in shared science lessons. Come experience this free, Google-based tool, access NGSS-aligned science lessons incorporating UDL, and brainstorm how you could teach with Corgi in your learning setting. Get a sneak peek of upcoming developments and learn about research and co-design opportunities.

Speakers
avatar for James Basham

James Basham

Professor & Senior Director Learning & Innovation, University of Kansas & CAST
James D. Basham, Ph.D., is the Senior Director for Learning & Innovation at CAST and founder of the Universal Design for Learning - Implementation and Research Network (UDL-IRN). He is also a Professor at the top-ranked Department of Special Education at the University of Kansas... Read More →
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Sung Park

Presenter, ICSC
Sung Park is a Coordinator in the Inclusion Collaborative at the Santa Clara County (CA) Office of Education, providing professional development, coaching, and technical assistance for inclusive best practices. Most recently he implemented the Agile EDx program to support educators... Read More →
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Cara Wojcik

Senior User Experience & Instructional Designer, CAST
Cara is a User Experience / Instructional Designer striving to create intuitive experiences for educators and students interfacing with technology in the classroom. Cara began her career as an art educator - teaching visual art to middle school students at a Boston-area public school... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 1:30pm - 2:15pm PDT
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