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  • 1. http://metaatem.net/words UDL 2 0 2.0 Beth P B h Poss, MA CCC S P CCC-SLP Christophe R. Bugaj, MA CCC-SLP er
  • 2. UDL is the practice of embedding flexible strategies into the curriculum d i th i l during the planning process so that ALL students can access a variety of learning solutions. Short Video Explaining UDL: E http://bit.ly y/udlexplained
  • 3. UDL principles… p p
  • 4. Web 2 0 New W b 2.0 & N Possibilities fo Education or Web 2.0 provides a expansiv learning world “in which ve the Web is seen as a two-way medium, where people are ay , p p both readers and writers. The main catalyst for this is e social software, allowing com mmunication and collaboration b t ll b ti between t two or more people”. (O’R ill r l ” (O’Reilly, 2005)
  • 5. Digital Natives, Digitally En ngaged • “O students today are all "native “Our t d t t d ll ti speakers" of the digital languuage of computers, computers video games and the d Internet.” (Prensky, 2001) • Wh we use W b 2.0 t l we are When Web 2 0 tools engaging our students in wh is often hat their language of preference. e http://www.flickr.com/photos/judybaxter/48011834/
  • 6. Universal Design for Learning m meets Web 2.0 • Universal Design for Learnin ng o Multiple means of Engagement t o Multiple means of Representation o Multiple means of Expression • Web 2.0 o Use ce e ed User-centered o Information sharing o Collaboration o Blanket term for any website that is more than absorbing content
  • 7. Our Criteria • Does it provide all three prinnciples of UDL? • Is it relatively easy to use? • Is it free? o What is the registration process s? • Appropriate Content? Is it be etter to have a student stumble across something that’s “ina that s inaappropriate appropriate” which can be used as a learning opportunity OR deny access completely so R the student does not experieence the “inappropriate” content? We let you decide.
  • 8. Wallwisher.com – O li C kb d W ll i h Online Corkboard • Representation o Video, audio, images, and text o Visualize/collect notes o All notes/instructions in one place • Expression o Brainstorm o Sequencing events o Collaborative http:// /www.wallwisher.com/wall/udl2philly OR http://bit.ly/phillyww
  • 9. Glogster EDU - Multimedia Poster • Representation p o Video, audio, images and text o Present curriculum information in an engaging, interactive n manner • Expression o Collaborative o Presentation alternative
  • 10. Vozme.com Vozme com – Simple Text-to-Speech Text-to Speech • Representation o Audio instructions o Review spelling words o Editing alternative • Expression o Audio for presentations ud o o p ese a o s
  • 11. Flickr — Online photo and v video sharing • Representation o Annotations to photos as promp provide information pts, o Visually represent ideas, curricu concepts ular o Many Creative Commons licens files that can be used sed freely • Expression p o Collaborative or individual use o annotations by students of o Alternative presentation formatss
  • 12. Piratepad.net Piratepad net – Shared wor processor rd • Representation o Brainstorming activities o Remotely work with others o Color representation of authorship • Expression p o Collaborative writing o Real-time sharing of ideas o Track changes via timeline for assessment purposes
  • 13. Tar Heel Reader — Talking Digital Books g, g • Representation o Text to Speech o Changeable background and eds text colors to support vision nee o Switch Accessible o Many high interest, low reading g level books available • Expression o Easy to add pictures via Flickr o Simple interface for adding textt
  • 14. Blabberize.com Blabberize com – Talking p pictures • Representation o Audio instructions o Review sight words • Expression o Record an essay o Describe a e e esc be an event o Answer test questions o Presentation alternative *Registration is required. g q **BEWARE the BROWSE feature
  • 15. Phrasr — Photo Word Slide Show Photo-Word e • Representation o Supports literacy instruction at many levels o Illustrate concepts visually—especially figurative language o Provide photo supports for lang guage • Expression o Motivate reluctant writers o Fast and easy to use y
  • 16. Where To Find More Web 2 0 Resources e 2.0 Go2we eb20.net UDLtechtoolkit. .wikispaces.com
  • 17. Contact Information • Beth Poss, MA CCC-SLP o possbeth@gmail.com o http://twitter.com/possbeth • Christopher Bugaj, MA CCC C-SLP o attipscast@gmail.com o http://twitter.com/attipscast p // e co /a pscas o www.attipscast.wordpress.com o www.iste.org/chewat