UDL in the Arts Classroom


Tuesday, May 20, 2014
90-Minute Seminar/Colloquium
Gordon Sasaki

This workshop will present and model UDL principles in the arts classroom. Participants will be presented with sample lessons, images, and inclusive art making approaches. The workshop will focus on developing the creative process for all students through discussion and hands-on collaborative exercises.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will be introduced the three principles of UDL and understand their basic implementation. Learning to apply these principles in the arts classroom with the understanding that these inclusive strategies can and should be applied to any learning situation.

In true UDL fashion, participants will be introduced to these ideas through images and discussion, and then demonstrate these concepts in hands-on learning followed by reflection and q&a.



Photo: Gordon Sasaki

As an artist and wheelchair user, Gordon Saskaki brings a unique combination of personal insight and academic training to his dynamic presentations and inclusive hands-on workshops. With over 25 yrs of experience on arts and inclusion, teaching in universities, museums, public, and private schools, including; the Dept. of Education, The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center, and the College Board. While born in Honolulu, he currently works and teaches in Community & Access education at MoMA in New York City.