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Universal Design for Learning

Trends in Education

amanda zika

on 15 December 2016

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Transcript of Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning
Universal Design for Learning also known as UDL was developed by CAST in 1984 in Massachusetts. The Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) was "exploring ways to use new technologies to provide better educational experiences to students with disabilities. Researchers tests and refined their principles, priorities, and vision over that first decade, they came to a new understanding of how to improve education using flexible methods and materials. "

What is UDL?
Anne Meyer, David H. Rose, Skip Stahl and Grace Meo and Linda Mensing from North Shore Children's Hospital in MA conceived CAST in a local pizza parlor.
All About CAST
UDL is a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn.
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Multiple Intelligences
Opportunities for Individualized Assessments
From one of creators: DAvid RosE
Universal Design for Learning : Theory and Practice (2014)
by Anne Meyer, David H. Rose and David Gordon

* Check out the link What’s News for upcoming presentations and events along with the other helpful resources

http://www.udlcenter.org/ (National Center in Universal Design for Learning) * Great UDL at a glance with graphic organizers, resources and tools, along with guidelines ~ Quick Tips * Helpful for lesson planning and gaining insight into the purpose of UDL.

http://www.bcsc.k12.in.us/page/341 ~ Bartholomew Consolidated School Coorporation using UDL

http://udleditions.cast.org/ ~ Digital tools for teachers

http://readwithme.cast.org/ ~ E-books for online and print

So when thinking of UDL in your space...
- How are your learners engaged?
- How are your learners receiving information?
-How is your learner able to express their understanding of information?
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