Using UDL and Adult Learning Theories to Create Inclusive Online Spaces in Higher Education

Wendy Kraglund-Gauthier offers a brief personal introduction.  Her session will take place Friday June 2nd at 9am.

Wendy Kraglund-Gauthier is an educator, instructional designer, and researcher with over 25 years’ experience in K–12, post-secondary, and adult learning classrooms in the Northwest Territories, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and online. A life-long learner with learning disabilities herself, Wendy’s lived experiences as a student and educator and accessibility advocate fuel her passion and energy. Her focus is on achieving and facilitating sound teaching pedagogy, including ways technology can be used in face-to-face and online classrooms to promote collaborative, safe learning for students of diverse ages, abilities, and backgrounds. She nourishes her adult education roots through her teaching and her active involvement as an Executive board member with the Antigonish County Adult Learners Association and as a portfolio practitioner for various local community-based programs.

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