Frumie Selchen 
Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire 

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PSU Concord

2 Pillsbury St..
Concord, NH









A workshop for K-12 arts, classroom & SPED educators,
administrators & teaching artists
Led by Liz Byron

Monday, August 21, 2017

Register 8:45 am, Workshop 9 am - 3 pm
Plymouth State University
2 Pillsbury St., Concord, NH

Professional development credit available


During this interactive, practical and thought-provoking workshop, teachers will  explore and discuss the three core concepts of UDL and how those concepts manifest themselves in the classroom. The structure and meaning of the UDL Guidelines and Principles are explained using multiple representations. Teachers experience UDL in action during a participatory demonstration lesson. Videos and text of exemplary UDL instruction are shared and reviewed for specific content areas, allowing teachers to personalize their learning to their subject area. Extensive exemplars and UDL tools and resources are provided. Teachers have built-in time to apply their learning to lessons or unit plans.

The workshop is presented by the Arts Alliance of Northern NH and VSA NH’s Arts in Inclusive Learning program, provided under a contract with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in partnership with the NH Department of Education, the NH Arts Learning Network and the NH State Council on the Arts..

Cost: $50, with discounts for Arts Alliance members and teachers from Arts Alliance member schools. All are welcome; partial scholarships are available for those for whom the fee is a hardship. No refunds are available for this program - in the event that the presenter needs to cancel the event, your fee will be refunded.

Please bring your lunch and snacks.

Professional development credit is provided.

About the Presenter: 
Liz Byron is the K1-8th Grade Visual Art Teacher at Gardner Pilot Academy, a full-inclusion Boston Public School in Allston, MA. Over the past 8 years, Liz has also taught Middle School Math, Special Education, ESL, and ELA. Liz has co-taught a graduate course at Boston College on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and numerous courses on UDL through Wheelock College and VSA of Massachusetts. She has spoken about UDL at numerous conferences and is continually working to enhance her own instruction by applying UDL. She is currently writing a book on UDL in the visual arts classroom, which will be published by CAST in late 2017. She is a CAST Cadre Member. She graduated from Boston College with a BA in Elementary Education and Studio Art. Liz earned a masters degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education in Arts in Education as well as a masters degree from Lesley University in Special Education Moderate Disabilities.

 For more information: To learn more about other workshops and the Arts in Inclusive Learning collaboration, call 323-7302 or email The Arts Alliance is grateful for operating support from the NH State Council on the Arts and the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the NH Charitable Foundation.

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