Universal Design for Learning (UDL): In-Class Coaching

With precision, ADAC provides to your teachers the one-on-one, customized aid they need to become preeminent practitioners of UDL.

Via on-site, in-classroom support, we provide to your faculty assistance with the development and implementation of:

  • UDL guidelines to ensure that in each classroom there are meaningful and effective means of representation, engagement, and expression, as envisioned by UDL
  • UDL-directed and designed lesson plans

Diversity in the methods of representation. Diversity in the methods of expression. Diversity in the methods of engagement. Regarding UDL, these “diversities” delimit and define the so-called “UDL framework.”

Among teachers there is also diversity, experiential and otherwise. This diversity includes differences between and among teachers regarding the relative degree(s) to which they, as individual education professionals, are or might be familiar with UDL’s contours and aims.

In becoming for each teacher a UDL mentor, ADAC works to cultivate within each teacher, first, the confidence and, second, the charisma that each teacher wants and needs in order to become, and remain, an educational professional who, each and every day, is invigorated to do what they do best from within the framework that is UDL.

Federal title programs and IDEA may partially or fully fund for your teachers this in-class coaching. With unlocking this funding, we can help you!
For more information about this service,
contact Sandra Drummey, Ed.D..
Meet the members of our UDL Group
Sandra Drummey, Ed.D.
Senior Vice President for Leader & Teacher Development

Sandra Drummey

Erin Black
Director of Communications & Marketing

Erin Black

William Driscoll

Bill Driscoll

Elizabeth Fitzmaurice
Instructional Coach

Elizabeth Fitzmaurice, Ed.D.