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Spring 2022 - Webinar - UDL Checkpoints 8 & 9 - 1HRA is a Course

Spring 2022 - Webinar - UDL Checkpoints 8 & 9 - 1HRA

Ended Jun 4, 2022

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Each MSVCC Academy Webinar will utilize a supplemental Canvas course that will be used by the participant to access overview, support, and content (including the Zoom link to join the webinar). Participants may elect to access the supplemental course prior to the date of the webinar in order to review related materials. To receive a certificate of completion and credit for attending the webinar, please know that you MUST complete all of the requirements of the course (including the quiz at the end). Instructions for accessing the supplemental course prior to the date of the webinar can be found here:   



This webinar is part of an instructional design series featuring Universal Design for Learning (UDL).  Each webinar in the series will focus on a UDL Guideline and the corresponding checkpoints; best practices and examples for meeting the checkpoints will be provided.  The UDL Checkpoints 8.1 - 8.4: Provide Options for Sustaining Effort and Persistence will discuss the creation of learning environments that equalize accessibility by supporting learners who differ in motivation, self-regulation, etc. The UDL Checkpoints 9.1 - 9.3: Provide Options for Self-Regulation will discuss developing learners’ intrinsic abilities to regulate their own emotions and motivations. UDL is a design framework that creates equity in education by removing barriers and optimizing student success by presenting information in an inclusive manner.  While completing the webinars as they are offered is encouraged, the UDL Checkpoints series does not have to be completed in order.


Session Date: April 20, 2022, from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm


Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Integrate goals and objectives into instruction.
  • Create alternatives that reflect different degrees of difficulty/complexity in regards to tools, activities, etc.
  • Discuss community building and mastery-oriented feedback.
  • Discuss strategies for promoting motivation and facilitating coping skills.
  • Create opportunities for self-assessment and reflection within course activities and assessments.


Dr. Wilhite

Christa Wilhite


This webinar is being taught by Dr. Christa Wilhite, the Instructional Design Specialist for the Division of eLearning and Instructional Technology at the Mississippi Community College Board. Christa is a graduate of the University of Alabama and holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology. Professionally, Christa is focused on integrating technology into instructional practices to create learning experiences that are cohesive across modes of delivery. In her personal life, Christa enjoys applying learning and motivational constructs when working with dogs in a training environment.