Universal Design for Learning-TIA 060412

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Universal Design for Learning-TIA 060412

  1. 1. Universal  De sign  for   Learning  an d     Accessibility Teaching    Innovations  Academy,  Ju Ida  M.  Jones ne  2012   ,  idaj@csufre sno.edu   Director,  CSAVerna  Mae  a LT   nd  Wayne  D .  Brooks  Pro fessor  of  Bus Craig  School   iness  Law   of  Business  
  2. 2. Universal Design for Learning - DefinedUniversal design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. –Ron MaceQuoted in the North Carolina State University website http://www.design.ncsu.edu/cud/ about_ud/about_ud.htm
  3. 3. UDL-­‐Overview  
  4. 4. UDL  >Accessibility     EQUAL   ACCESS   FEDERAL  &   STATE  LEGAL   REQUIREMENTS   CSU  UNIVERSAL  DESIGN  FOR  LEARNING   ATI  Pictures  from  Syllabus  Conference,  T.  Garvin  photographer  &   http://mbrs.classroomclipart.com/  
  5. 5. Pre-­‐activity  Take  2-­‐3  minutes  to  brieZly  summarize  one  concept,  term,  or  theory  that  you  will  present  to  students  in  the  course  you’re  working  on  for  the  Teaching  Innovations  Academy.  
  6. 6. Think-­‐Pair-­‐Share  
  7. 7. Three  Universal   Design  Principles-­‐ Recognition    There  are  three  basic  universal   design  for  learning  principles   based  on  the  three  major  brain  networks  utilized  in  the  learning   process     1.  Provide  multiple   representations  of  information     (recognition-­‐  content/subject   matter)          Source: National Center on Universal Design for Learning, http://www.udlcenter.org/resource_library/articles/udl
  8. 8. Think-­‐Pair-­‐Share  (5-­‐7  minutes)   Think  of  the  concept,  term,  or  theory  that  you  will  present   to  students  in  the  class  you’re  working  on  for  the  Academy.   How  could  you  present  that  to  your  students?   Concept   Modify   Think   Share   Pair  
  9. 9. Three  Universal   Design  Principles-­‐ Strategic    2.  Provide  multiple  means  of   expression  (strategic-­‐ application,  analysis,   demonstration,  etc.  )              Source:  National  Center  on  Universal   Design  for  Learning,  http:// www.udlcenter.org/resource_library/ articles/udl  
  10. 10. Think-­‐Pair-­‐Share  (5-­‐7  minutes)   Think  of  the  concept,  term,  or  theory  that  you  will  present   to  students  in  the  class  you’re  working  on  for  the  Academy.   How  could  you  ask  students  to  demonstrate  what  they   learned  (and  how  would  you  assess  it)?   Concept   Modify   Think   Share   Pair  
  11. 11. Three  Universal   Design  Principles-­‐ Affective    3.  Provide  multiple  means  of   engagement  (affective-­‐ feelings,  commitment  to   learning)            Source:  National  Center  on  Universal   Design  for  Learning,  http:// www.udlcenter.org/resource_library/ articles/udl  
  12. 12. Think-­‐Pair-­‐Share    (5-­‐7  minutes)   Think  of  the  initial  concept,  term,  theory  that  you  will   present  to  students  in  the  class  you’re  working  on  for   the  Academy.    How  can  you  get  students  more  engaged?   Concept   Modify   Think   Share   Pair  
  13. 13. Most  and  Least  Useful  Faculty   Activities  Most  Helpful   Usefulness    (or  Lack  Thereof)   Accommodations   of  Teaching  Tools  0  Extensions,  occasional  note   0  PowerPoint-­‐especially  in   taker   advance  0  Extended  exam  time,  quiet  time   0  Audio  recordings  of  lectures   to  take  quizzes/exams   0  Putting  items  online  0  Lab:  help  with  knobs  and  what   0  Movies  with  subtitles  no  good  for   they  measure—a  lab  mate   those  who  are  visually  impaired    0  Using  closed  circuit  TV  to   0  Live  demos  of  instrument  or   magnify  handouts   process  in  physics  or  math—0  Books  ahead  of  time  in   visual  it  is  not  good  for  visually   bookstore  to  scan  ahead   impaired   Student panel UDL, Sonoma State, 2007
  14. 14. More?  FLC  on  UDL  in  AY  2012-­‐13  
  15. 15. QUESTIONS  ?  0  Contact  CSALT  for  Assistance:  Ida  M.  Jones,   idaj@csufresno.edu    0  Contact  TILT  for  Assistance:  Get  Help!  (http://www.fresnostate.edu/tilt/get_help/index.shtml)    0  Online  resources:  Tilt  Resources  on  Accessibility    (http://www.fresnostate.edu/tilt/resources/accessibility.shtml)  
  16. 16. Building  an  Accessible  Syllabus   Download  the  Accessible  Syllabus  Template  

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