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IMPORTANT
Registration is a TWO Step Process
1. Register for the webinar using the link below
2. Use the registration link in your confirmation email to complete the Zoom pre-registration.

You will immediately be directed to the course Zoom information page, including the link to access the course.
SAVE this information. You can also add the event information to your calendar from this page.
REGISTER HERE:
https://forms.washingtonea.org/Forms/pdonline

WEA's Inclusionary Practices Project (IPP) and Special Education Support Center (SESC) is providing professional development via Zoom. Register using
the link on the left. When you register, if you are one of the first 3000 participants. You will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom pre-registration
link. Once registration is full, the course will no longer be available in the drop down menu. We do not maintain a wait list.
Courses are available to all. Courses are free. Up to three clock hours will be provided within 5-10 business days.

This two-part introductory webinar is provided, in partnership, with Dr. Katie Novak, Novak Education Consulting. The course covers Universal Design for
Learning topics, such as - equitable services, the Opportunity Myth, and MTSS. Katie Novak, Ed.D., is an internationally renowned education consultant, author, professor at UPenn, and a former Assistant Superintendent of Schools in Massachusetts. With 19 years of experience in teaching and administration, an
earned doctorate in curriculum and teaching, and eight published books, Katie designs and presents workshops both nationally and internationally focusing on
the implementation of inclusive practices, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), multi-tiered systems of support, and universally designed leadership. Novak’s
work has impacted educators worldwide as her contributions and collaborations have built upon the foundation for an educational framework that is critical for
student success.

Objectives:
Develop the beliefs, skills, and system for meeting the needs of all learners in
inclusive classrooms through the UDL lens.
Understand the core components of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how
they complement differentiated instruction.
REGISTER: https://forms.washingtonea.org/Forms/pdonline

ASL Interpretation will be provided

Don't forget to check out the list of additional synchronous and asynchronous Canvas courses that we offer here: https://bit.ly/WEA-IPP.
For more information or questions about our Zoom course offerings please email Annie Lamberto (alamberto@washingtonea.org)
In approximately 5 - 10 business days, you will receive a course evaluation via email. Once you've completed and
submitted the course evaluation, you will receive a clock hour verification form via email. Please check your spam/junk
folders for the emails. Use the clock hour verification form to process your clock hours and/or attendance according to
your district policies.

Updated 3/10/2021