UDL Universal Design for Learning

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UDL Universal Design for Learning

UDLUniversal Design for Learning KwhiteAug 2007 It all began with.People with disabilities :Were minoritiesFew lived longFew were seen in the communityFewer worked

Fuel was added in the form of LawsBarrier-free movement in the 1950s - physical barriers1961, the American Standards Association (later known as The American National Standards Institute, or ANSI)The Architectural Barriers Act of 1968Education for Handicapped Children Act of 1975The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)Examples:

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What it is NotRTILooks at students not working at grade level Assistive TechnologyLooks at specific student needshttp://www.inclusive.com/AT_boogie/at30.swf

A Paradigm Shift From Architectural to Education

CAST Center for Applied Special Technology Representation Various ways to obtain information

How do we get it in to the students - Visual, movies, audio, text, listening 9

Think about it:List out how you represent materials to your students nowHOW?ExpressionVarious ways to demonstrate knowledge

Do we as teachers just give tests, quizzes - Give a speech, make a movie, interview someone 12Think about it:List out how your students demonstrate knowledge HOW?Engagement Various ways to challenge and motivate them

Contract for grades NetTreker art work through PowerPoint 14Think about it:Make a list of how you challenge and engage your studentsHOW?Activity How well do I know my students? ?? ?????

?Lets look more in-depth at Engagement:Example of UDL Unit

A UDL Tool http://udltechtoolkit.wikispaces.com/Lets Explore ..The Florida Universal Access Projecthttp://www.paec.org/fdlrstech/ua/ua.html

http://www.cast.org/teachingeverystudent/ideas/tes/

Look at this web page and decide if UDL, check out these free tools and if you want to read Teaching every student in the Digital Age. online and free in digital format 20

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