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Universal Design for Learning Principles:

Universal Design for Learning Principles Walden University 7109 Carolyn Bonham-Shears

An Overview:

An Overview

An Overview:

An Overview

In the beginning……:

In the beginning……

UDL Bang:

UDL Bang Architects who designed building Constructions should Be accessible for everyone Then…………

Universal Design:

Universal Design Then….

Universal of Design for Learning was born……:

Universal of Design for Learning was born……

What is UDL?:

What is UDL? is a set of principles for curriculum that maximums learning for all students which has been know to reform education to provide an unique alignment for Common Cores development with a well side portion of new technology that serves all individuals needs with assessments that works for equal opportunities to learn for everyone (CAST,2012).

Learning for All:

Learning for All Building a flexible curriculum that works which breaks down barriers. I can’t hear you! I can’t read that text I cannot focus I love to read

One size does not fit all:

One size does not fit all Breaking Barriers

Why UDL?:

Why UDL? Research states that we are all uniquely different as our fingerprint Our learning is different

Did you know……:

Did you know…… Two-thirds of secondary students are reading 3 or more grade levels behind One in every four students with LD will drop out of school Dropping out of school is a process of disengagement Source: IDEA Part B Exiting (2005-2006) www.ideadata.org Only two-thirds (62% of LD will graduate From high school

Breaking the Barriers:

Breaking the Barriers To learning To more options Least restrictive environment (LRE) Who? What? How?

UDL Neural Networks:

UDL Neural Networks




Recognition The What Of Learning ?

Strategic :







Affective Aa

Principles of UDL:

Principles of UDL

What does UDL Provide?:

What does UDL Provide? Multiple means of representation Multiple means of action and expression Multiple means of Engagement




Assessment Technology Flexibility Word Processors Recorder Speech Voice Recognition Scaffold E nhance motivation

What does UDL looks likes in the Classroom?:

What does UDL looks likes in the Classroom?

UDL and Lesson Plan:

UDL and Lesson Plan http://lessonbuilder.cast.org/

UDL Checklist:

UDL Checklist http://sharepdf.net/read/73519/rhode-island-modified-udl-educator-checklist-version-1-2-11-08-09

UDL Exchange:

UDL Exchange

How does it work?:

How does it work? Life long learner Builds community of educator Pedagogy for learning UDLEXCHANGE

UDL and Technology:

UDL and Technology

UDL Teachology:

UDL Teachology www.exploratree.com

Have a Great UDL Year!:

Have a Great UDL Year!


Resources http :// www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTxFYf50l-4&feature=share&list=SPDD6870F2D42327F3 (CAST, 2012) ( www.edmodo.com www.exploretree.com http://udlexchange.cast.org/home (CAST, Increasing Assessment Accuracy and Accessibility through UDL, 2013) CAST. (2012, October 12). Parent Advocacy Brief. Retrieved from UDL: www.udl.org CAST. (2013). Increasing Assessment Accuracy and Accessibility through UDL. Retrieved from CAST: Teaching Every Student Chapter 7: http://www.cast.org/teachingeverystudent/ideas/tes/chapter7_7.cfm Stansbury , M. (2013, May 7). How to train students' brains for the Common Core. Retrieved from eSchool News: http:// www.eschoolnews.com/2013/05/07/how-to-train-students-brains-for-the-common-core.h

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