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  • Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
    • By Sherry Rivers
    • EDLP 735
  • What is UDL? Universal Design for Learning is based on the premise that a “curriculum should include alternatives to make it accessible and appropriate for individuals with different backgrounds, learning styles, abilities, and disabilities in widely varied learning contexts.” It provides a framework that allows teachers to differentiate instruction.
  • Brain-Based Research View slide
  • Principles of UDL
    • Allow teachers to minimize barriers and maximize learning through flexibility:
    • To support recognition learning : provide multiple, flexible methods of presentation
    • To support strategic learning : provide multiple, flexible methods of expression and apprenticeship
    • To support affective learning : provide multiple, flexible options for engagement
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  • UDL Framework
    • Allows teachers to:
    • Set Clear Goals
    • Support Every Student’s Learning
    • Accurately Assess Student Progress
  • Instructional Media
    • Traditional Media
      • Text
      • Video
      • Audio
    • Digital Media
      • Combines and transforms traditional media to accommodate strengths and weaknesses of every type of learner
  • Advantages of Digital Media
    • Versatile
    • Transformable
    • Can be Marked
    • Can be Networked
  • Why UDL?
    • “ UDL does more than insist on flexibility; it provides teachers with the information and resources they need to achieve it.”
    • For additional information, visit:
    • CAST
    • http://www.cast.org/research/udl/index.html
  • The remaining slides provide resources for my project: Tools-4-Success: Career Planning for Diverse Learners
  • Tools-4-Teachers
    • Career Success for People with Disabilities
      • http://www.cec.sped.org
    • Life Skills Curriculum
      • http://www.cwpub.com/careers.html
    • Lesson Builder
      • http://www.lessonbuilder.cast.org
    • 4Teachers
      • http://www.4teachers.org
  • Tools-4-Students UDL Resources for Writing
    • UDL Writing in the Classroom
      • http://www.zeff.com
    • Inspiration/Kidspiration--Concept Mapping
      • http://www.inspiration.com
    • Grammar and Writing
      • http://webster.commnet.edu/grammar/
    • Clicker4
      • http://www.cricksoft.com
  • Tools-4-Students UDL Resources for Reading
    • Kurzweil 3000
      • http://wwwkurzweiledu.com/downloads_kez3000.aspx
    • WYNN
      • http://www.freedomscientific.com
    • My Reading Coach
      • http://www.myreadingcoach.com
  • Tools-4-Students UDL Resources for Text-to-Speech
    • Word Q
      • http://www.wordq.com
    • Read Please
      • http://www.readplease.com/english/downloads/
    • Cool Speech
      • http://www.bytecool.com
  • Tools-4-Students Career Exploration Resources
    • Personal Pathways to Success
      • http://www.scpathways.org
    • Keytrain —Basic Skills Assessment
      • http://www.keytrain.org
    • Kuder —Career Assessment
      • http://www.kuder.com
  • MISCELLANEOUS RESOURCES
    • Thesaurus & Dictionary—WordWeb
      • http://www.wordweb.info/free
    • Behavior—KidTools
      • http://www.kidtools.org
    • Learning Disabilities
      • http://www.ldonline.org
    • S.C. Vocational Rehabilitation
      • http://www.scvrd.net
  • MISCELLANEOUS RESOURCES
    • Career Clusters
      • http://www.richlandonecate.org/careerclusters.htm
    • Dressing for Success
      • http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interviewsnetworking/a/dressforsuccess.htm
  • REFERENCE
    • Rose, H. & Meyer. A. (2002). Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning. Retrieved from http://www.cast.org/teachingeverystudent/ideas/tes/