Past CIDDL Webinars
Range of Use for Educational Technologies: Why It Matters to Teacher Education
Moderated by Dr. James Basham, this webinar invited Cheryl Lemke and Dr. Jody Britten from Metiri Group to discuss their Range of Use for Educational Technologies and its implications for teacher preparation.
UDL and Inclusive Early Childhood Education: Supporting All Young Children and Their Families
Moderated by Dr. Kathleen Zimmerman, this session highlighted the UDL implementation in early childhood contexts and implications for early childhood special education personnel preparation programs.
Supporting Learner Variability-UDL Application and Implication for Teacher Preparation
Moderated by Dr. Sean Smith, this session discussed practice, research, and policy in relation to the UDL framework and personnel preparation.
Introduction to the Center for Innovation, Design, and Digital Learning (CIDDL)
Learn about the new Center for Innovation, Design, and Digital Learning!
Upcoming CIDDL Partnership Events
CIDDL/CEEDAR Affinity Group Session 3: Teaching Methods and Curriculum
January 12th, 2021 at 1 pm CST
This Affinity Group, hosted by the CEEDAR Center, will build the capacity of higher education faculty to support the critical development of K-12 educators to plan, design, and deliver effective instruction within the range of online and hybrid learning environments.
Past CIDDL Partnership Events
Evolving Roles and Experiences in Virtual Classroom: Implications for Teacher Preparation
Facilitated by Dr. Sean J. Smith, this Affinity Group invited researchers the University of Mary Washington to share their study investigating the effectiveness of instruction, Individual Education Plan (IEP) compliance, and providing Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) during COVID-19 school closures.
CIDDL/CEEDAR Affinity Group Session 1: Preparing Pre-service Teachers for Hybrid/Online Learning
Facilitated by Dr. Sean J. Smith, this Affinity Group aims to build the capacity of higher education faculty to support the development of PK-12 educators in delivering effective instruction in online and hybrid learning environments. Participants in this first session discussed many of the characteristics central to online learning.