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Universal Design for Learning

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Transcript of Universal Design for Learning

....provide
options for everyone!
How does UDL work?
ARCHITECTURAL
improvements
....
What is Universal Design for Learning?

Multiple methods of presentation
Multiple methods of expression
Multiple methods of engagement

3 PRINCIPLES TO UDL


March 30, 2014
Reaching and Engaging All Learners through Technology (EDUC - 6714I - 2)
Principles 1:

MULTIPLE LEVELS OF REPRESENTATION
Buildings were not designed to accommodate individuals with disabilities.
Redesigning and renovating old construction to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities proved to costly.
Designing structures that met the needs of everyone, including individuals with disabilities, is more cost effective.
Accommodations if design properly can enhance the overall design of the structure.
Meeting the learning needs of every student is a daunting task but is manageable if the teacher is flexible with both teaching styles and lessons. Offering a variety of resources to help enhance student learning is recommended (Laureate Education. 2009).

Resources may include:

Visual aides (physical or digital form)
Books, digital text or audio
Videos
Hands-on models
Computers, laptops, tablets
Smartboards





Universal Design for Learning
BY JEREMY JARVINEN
WALDEN UNIVERSITY
Sherrilyn Hatch, Debra Chester
Architectural Movement inspires UDL Concept!

By David H. Rose,
EDU Co-executive Director,
Center for Applied Special Technology CAST
(Laureate Education. 2009)
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an instructional format that gives every student the opportunity to be successful by designing flexibility into the curriculum.

David Rose stated that changes in the viewpoint of education mandates that must demonstrate growth in the general education curriculum. These changes places more focus on student learning and the need to provide options to be successful.

(Laureate Education. 2009)
Principles 2:

MULTIPLE LEVELS OF EXPRESSION
Principles 3:
MULTIPLE LEVELS OF ACTION & ENGAGEMENT
Principles 1:

EXAMPLES OF PRESENTATION

Principles 2:

EXAMPLES OF EXPRESSION
Principles 3:

EXAMPLES OF ENGAGEMENT

TECHNOLOGY IN UDL

UDL IMPACT ON STUDENTS

Before..
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After...

BRAIN RESEARCH

CAST ONLINE TOOLS

REFERENCES:

Providing students alternative ways of instruction is important, but equally important is providing a variety of options that will allow each students to demonstrate their understanding of the material.


Resources may include:

Digital text or audio
Videos or Podcasts
Digital storyboards
Hands-on models
Computers, laptops, tablets
Smartboards
To further enhance student learning, teachers should provide engaging real world projects in conjunction with the lesson. Allowing collaboration, tutoring can help in the learning process.
Resources may include:


Musical equipment
Construction equipment
Computer Aided Drafting
Learning modules
Tutoring
Technology
Technology provides the teacher flexibility in how they design their lessons to meet the learning needs of all students. Students can benefit form a tailored education. Struggling students can use technology to overcome barriers, while advance students can challenge themselves on a high level.

(UDL Connect. 2011)
(IRIS Center. 2014)
(IRIS CENTER. 2014)
(IRIS Center. 2014)

(IRIS Center. 2014)
(Cast. 2011).
(Cast. 2011)
(Cast. 2011)
CAST UDL Studio:
http://udlstudio.cast.org/

Free online resources that allows you to develop an interactive digital book. The resource can be modified in multiple configurations, including audio, images and video.

CAST UDL Lesson Builder:
http://lessonbuilder.cast.org/

Free online resources that aides in designing of lessons and to meet individual learning needs and aligns them with UDL formats.

CAST UDL Online Modules:
http://udlonline.cast.org/home

Free online resources that provide multiple means of representations, actions and expression and engagement. The online modules provide a variety of built in options aimed at meeting the individual learning needs of students.

(CAST. 2011)
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an instructional format that gives every student the opportunity to be successful by designing flexibility into the curriculum. After researching the various concepts and resources, I believe that this instructional format can be utilized throughout my school district. I would encourage anyone interested in learning more about the UDL format to visit www.CAST.org for more information.
Traditional learning techniques altho effective, do not meet the needs of all students. Traditional methods can become stale and boring which can cause students to loose interest or focus. Creating a fun and engaging lesson that offers a variety of instructional formats, outlets to express growth and engaging activities will enhance the overall learning experience.
UDL WORKS FOR EVERYONE!
Cast. (2011). Information was retrieved on March 22, 2014 from www.cast.org

The IRIS Center. (2014). Information was retrieved on March 30, 2014 from http://goo.gl/t3nWYd

Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2009). Reaching and engaging all learners through technology: Brain research and Universal Design for Learning. Baltimore, MD: Author.

UDL Connect. (2011). What is the role of technology in UDL. Information was retrieved on March 30, 2014 from http://goo.gl/37vkqy

Recognition Network:
Party of the brain that gathers facts, categories, identifies etc.
Strategic Network:
Part of the brain that plans, performs task and express ideas.
Affective Network:
part of the brain that engages, keeps interests and motivation.
(Cast. 2011)
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