2017 UDL_IRN Summit; Theme:  Connect. Learn. Transform.; March 30-31, 2017.  Preconference: March 29, 2017, Orlando, FL.  Tagline:  Where UDL Leaders Come to Learn.

UDL IRN Summit 2017 Proposal Review Rubric



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My Score

Rationale for the presentation

The rationale provided for this session is clear and strong and would drive the field of UDL research and implementation forward.

The rationale provided for this session is clear and could help the move the field of UDL research and implementation forward.

The rationale provided for this session is weak. There is little evidence that it would help the move the field of UDL research and implementation forward.

There is no valid rationale for this session.


Usefulness to practitioners and/or researchers or other stakeholders.

This is a topic of current relevance which is highly innovative or covers UDL implementation that can be put into practice immediately and/or advances research in the field. It includes valuable resources that an attendee would highly appreciate.

This is a topic of current relevance which is of high interest to attendees and has information practitioners, researchers, and/or education leaders  would find useful. It includes resources that an attendee would appreciate.

This is a topic that has some relevance to attendees and may have some useful information for practitioners.

This is a topic that is not relevant to attendees or is simply an introduction to the UDL framework.


Measurable participant outcomes


The identified learning outcomes are extremely clear and obtainable. They are strongly connected to the session description.

The identified learning outcomes are clear and obtainable. They are connected to the session description.

The identified learning outcomes are vague OR are weakly connected to the session description.

The learning outcomes are missing or unconnected to the session description.


Evidence of the effectiveness of the practice or content presented

The session is supported by current research and will provide attendees with strong evidence related to the outcomes of UDL implementation.

The session is supported with research and will provide attendees with some evidence related to the outcomes of UDL implementation.

The research base and outcome evidence in the proposal lack quality.

The research base and outcome evidence in the proposal are educationally unsound, or nonexistent.


Willingness to agree to conference requirements

The presenter agreed to comply with all conference requirements.

The presenter agreed to comply with most conference requirements.

The presenter agreed to comply with some conference requirements.     

The presenter agreed to comply with none of the conference requirements or has left this section blank.   



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