What is Universal Design for     Learning (UDL)?      By: Scott Schumacher
(UDL) Universal Design forLearning  Is an approach to designing  course instruction, materials,  and content so that all l...
Architecture Influence Stairs Barrier for handicapped  individuals Made Ramps and Elevators Braille
Educations Benefits  Provides Alternatives so all   students can learn  Build Flexibility in teaching  Gives Maximum op...
Three Principals of UDL Recognition Networks Strategic Networks Affective Networkshttp://www.cast.org/udl/
Recognition Network What we hear and see How we process patterns Examples Deaf = Sign language Blind = Braille Visua...
Strategic Network Plans about a topic Examples: Vocabulary with pictures Journals KWL Charts Double Column Notes
Affective Networks Student Interest Incorporate student interest into  lessons Examples  Surveys -  http://www.surveym...
UDL and Technology Recognition = Visuals for  Vocabulary Strategic = Stock Market  Simulation Affective = Real Life  Ap...
Why UDL? Differentiation Build flexibility Max opportunity to learn
Useful Websites http://elixr.merlot.org/case-stories/understanding-- meeting-students-needs/universal-design-for- learnin...
References     http://ada.osu.edu/resources/fastfact     s/Universal-Design-FF.pdf
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  1. 1. What is Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? By: Scott Schumacher
  2. 2. (UDL) Universal Design forLearning Is an approach to designing course instruction, materials, and content so that all learning styles will learn. Universal design provides equal access to learning, not simply equal access to information.
  3. 3. Architecture Influence Stairs Barrier for handicapped individuals Made Ramps and Elevators Braille
  4. 4. Educations Benefits  Provides Alternatives so all students can learn  Build Flexibility in teaching  Gives Maximum opportunity to learn
  5. 5. Three Principals of UDL Recognition Networks Strategic Networks Affective Networkshttp://www.cast.org/udl/
  6. 6. Recognition Network What we hear and see How we process patterns Examples Deaf = Sign language Blind = Braille Visual = Large letters
  7. 7. Strategic Network Plans about a topic Examples: Vocabulary with pictures Journals KWL Charts Double Column Notes
  8. 8. Affective Networks Student Interest Incorporate student interest into lessons Examples  Surveys - http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/N NWPQML
  9. 9. UDL and Technology Recognition = Visuals for Vocabulary Strategic = Stock Market Simulation Affective = Real Life Applications
  10. 10. Why UDL? Differentiation Build flexibility Max opportunity to learn
  11. 11. Useful Websites http://elixr.merlot.org/case-stories/understanding-- meeting-students-needs/universal-design-for- learning-udl This website focuses on Business Education but it also has information about other subjects as well. http://www.uvm.edu/~cdci/universaldesign/?Page =about-udl/examples.php&SM=about- udl/submenu.html This website gives examples of UDL in practice http://www.disabilitytraining.com/wpblog/tag/udl/
  12. 12. References http://ada.osu.edu/resources/fastfact s/Universal-Design-FF.pdf
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