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Definition
UDL is a set of principles for curriculum development that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn.
1. Address learner variability
Theoretical Support
1. "The different options of “what,” “why,” and “how” of learning offered in a UDL environment provide learning opportunities that reach a diverse set of students."
Earliest Research
- 1990s invented
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Thank you!
Solutions
1. Multi-sensory Representation
Universal
Problems
Hong Kong and Macau
- Inflexible, "one-size-fit-all" curricula
- Students in the margin are neglected
- Weak in critical thinking
- Focuses on rote learning
- Diverse students
Learning
Design
- All students are unique
- Genuine learning opportunities should be provided to all
Lesson Planning!!
3. Foster a love for learning in students
2. Develop expert learners
- Find learning boring
CAST (2011).
Universal Design for Learning Guidelines version 2.0
. Wakefield, MA: Author.
- only in "recent years" has it caught attention
"when faculty use the UDL framework to help design courses,... there is a positive relationship to student interest and engagement; and students are
positively engaged
"
CAST (2011). Universal Design for Learning Guidelines version 2.0.
Wakefield, MA: Author.
The ACCESS Project. (2011). Universal Design for Learning: A Concise
Introduction. Retrieved from: http://accessproject.colostate.edu/udl/modules/udl_introduction/udl_concise_intro.pdf
3. Foster a Love for Learning in Students
Address learner variability
2. Develop Expert Learners
These three means "correlate to the way our brains are organized for learning. UDL is built on years of research in the learning sciences, including brain science, focused on three networks of the brain."
Smith, F. G. (2012). Analyzing a college course that adheres to the universal
design for learning (UDL) framework.
Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 12
(3), 31.

Dean, T., Lee-Post, A., & Hapke, H. (2016). Universal design for
learning in teaching large lecture classes.
Journal of Marketing Education.
9.

Novak, K. (2016). UDL Now! A Teacher's Guide to Applying Universal Design for Learning in Today's Classrooms (Revised & Expanded Edition ed.). Wakefield, MA: CAST.
Different homework formats
e.g. rubber band
Guide appropriate Goal-setting
e.g. reading scheme
e.g. video, recording
Ka Ka Lam (Connie)
Ka Man Au (Karman)
Penelope Stewart
Conclusion
1. Stimulate students' sensory

We learned that.....
2. Teaching students in the margin = teaching all
So in HK, I will use more activities
e.g. drama
So, in Macau, I will use videos to present and increase English exposures for students
3. Use multiple ways to teach
So in HK, I will use songs and pictures to help students like English
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