EDspaces 2022 EDsession Program & Schedule
The Future is Inclusive: A New Model School Designed Using UDL Principles
Are your learning spaces a barrier to student learning and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) implementation? This session lays out established principles of environmental psychology and how space is a powerful element in the learning experience of students. The new Mission Bay School in San Francisco (PK-5, Linked Learning Hub for High School, and District Training Spaces) establishes an exemplary model of these principles in practice, supporting a more fluid and holistic implementation of UDL and providing equal access to education for each and every student, as well as a shared community resource.
Wednesday, November 2
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time
EDspaces Classroom B115
Architects & Designers, Educational Institutions
Learning Objective 1:
Learn new standards for developing model UDL school; how to apply parameters to create optimized environments for personalized learning.
Learning Objective 2:
Community engagement in creating a UDL school; support an inclusive culture, how a school can become a community asset.
Learning Objective 3:
To value professional development; give teachers the tools to confidently transition to future pedagogical methods and improve teacher retention.
Learning Objective 4:
Dive into concepts of health, wellness, sustainability, resiliency-driven design; how these relate to equity for students and the community.
AIA LU, IDCEC
E’leva Hughes Gibson
San Francisco Unified School District