Studio Learning Meets Universal Design: How Learning Communities Grow Innovative Spaces

Tuesday, September 30 | 4:40PM–5:30PM | Meeting Room W303
Session Type: Professional Development

In this session, we will address the reconceptualization of physical learning spaces and introduce a sustainable, scalable breakthrough model (strategic, innovative, effective use of faculty/professional learning communities and other communities of practice) for forwarding promising practices in instructional design and delivery to match emerging learning environments while integrating universal design principles.

OUTCOMES: Identify stakeholders for sustainable, scalable organizational change regarding innovative spaces in higher education * Compare and contrast current T&L environments with those outlined in the literature and template * Extrapolate from the video and demos to develop strategies for implementations at your campus that invoke studio learning techniques while respecting UDL principles


  • Jo Munroe

    Communities of Practice, Organizational Change and Development, Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges
  • Jason Sandusky

    Manager of Technical Support, Tacoma Community College
  • Christopher Soran

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