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TOOLKIT OF UNIVERSALLY DESIGNED PRACTICES

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Transcript of TOOLKIT OF UNIVERSALLY DESIGNED PRACTICES

BRIDGET BIELAWA
EDU 506-DR. GILE
20 AUGUST 2016

TOOLKIT OF UNIVERSALLY DESIGNED PRACTICES
Universal design for learning or UDL refers to the idea that educators are preparing to teach students who have a wide range of abilities
WHAT IS UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING?
There are three principles of UDL

Provide multiple means of engagement
Provide multiple means of representation
Provide multiple means of action and expression
THREE PRINCIPLES
The "why" of learning
Provide support for students
Provide opportunities for self regulation
Allow students to set their own goals
This will allow them to stay active in their education throughout their future
Provide options to keep students interested!
ENGAGEMENT
REPRESENTATION
The "what" of learning
Provides options for comprehension
EX: Braille, ebooks,audio, large fonts and more
Students need background knowledge of these tools in order to make connections
Offer different ways to view information
For ELL students, provide materials in their native language

ACTION AND EXPRESSION
Action:
Provide an environment that is safe for active students
EX: students with ADHA
Provide an environment that is safe for students who need wheelchairs or walkers
Expression:
The "how" of learning
Provide multiple options of expression and communication
EX: ELL students or nonverbal students
REFERENCES
Salend, S.J. (2016). Creating Inclusive Classrooms: Effective, Differentiated, and Reflective Practices. Pearson Education
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