Designing for Inclusion

22 Nov 2022

Designing for Inclusion

Research has shown that learner variability is predictable and can be planned for.

With this in mind, how can educators proactively plan and design learning experiences that are welcoming, accessible, and engaging for the widest range of learners?

In this course, educators explore how to use Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and inclusive practices to proactively design welcoming learning spaces for all learners.

As an ISTE Affiliate, the LTC is happy to provide ISBE-certified PD credit to Illinois educators who complete this ISTE course. To receive credit that can be applied to your Illinois Professional Educators’ License renewal, participants must:

  1. Enroll in this course through the ISTE website and pay any associated fees to ISTE (LTC does not receive any financial benefit from this course)
  2. Complete the required coursework during the time allowed
  3. Submit an electronic copy of the course’s evidence of completion dated 1/1/23 – 6/15/23 to the email provided
  4. Submit a completed LTC evaluation form (sent to participants via email after submitting an evidence of completion)

Evidence submissions are reviewed once per week. Please allow at least 7 calendar days from submission for receipt of PD credit form. Participants must submit ISTE-issued evidence of completion dated between January 1, 2023, and June 15, 2023. Other evidence will not be accepted.

Cost: $19 (ISTE members), $25 (non-members)

Course Deadline:  June 15, 2023

Questions? Contact Matt Jacobson, Online Learner Coordinator, at