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From September to November 2020, AQEIPS and RIQEDI will partner up to work on a project presenting webinars, short videos and educational materials on inclusive pedagogy and UDL in the context of distance learning during a pandemic. The name of the project is Teaching inclusively in 2020: COVID-19, remote learning and universal design for learning. 

Several teachers and researchers who are experts on UDL, inclusive or online education will present on how to make distance education more enjoyable and inclusive for all during this unprecedented time. The three webinars will be open to all, but they will be particularly useful for post-secondary students, teachers, professors, course lecturers and counselors.  

The project is financed by the Canadian Red Cross through its COVID-19 Emergency Support for Community Organizations program. This bilingual (French and English) project is meant to be accessible, so we offer simultaneous interpretation and captioning during the webinars.  

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Teaching inclusively

Webinar 1

To access the PowerPoint presentation, click here. On October 7, 2020, in collaboration with RIQEDI, AQEIPS presented a webinar titled Introduction to inclusive teaching and to universal design for learning (UDL) in remote classes in the context of its Teaching inclusively in 2020: COVID-19, remote learning and universal design for learning webinar series and production of educational resources on UDL: Paul Turcotte, professor at Vieux-Montréal… Continue Reading Webinar 1

Webinar 2