WV Universally Designing for All Learners

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WV Universally Designing for All Learners

  1. 1. CONTACT US! Sally Norton‐Darr snortondarr@yahoo.com Christopher Bugaj attipscast@gmail.com @attipscast via Twitter www.tinyurl.com/attipscast www.attipscast.com For More Info: Facebook Site: http://iste.org/chewat http://bit.ly/atbookfb Download a PDF of this entire presentation at http://bit.ly/wvdbpresentation
  2. 2. DEFINITION & HISTORY
  3. 3. Website Tweet or Text Hold Up Hand Show Paper Give us some examples3760737607
  4. 4. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is the practice ofembedding flexible strategies into the curriculum duringthe planning process so that ALL students can access a variety of learning solutions.
  5. 5. Universal design for learning (UDL) is a framework forremoving barriers by anticipating the needs of all students. ©HIAT/MCPS/2007
  6. 6. UDL principles…
  7. 7. Short Video Explaining UDL: http://bit.ly/udlexplained1 Multiple Means of Representation Multiple Means of Action and ExpressionMULTIPLE MEANS OF ENGAGEMENT
  8. 8. AT & UDL GO HAND IN HAND Assistive Technology consists of DEVICES and SERVICES that help children with disabilities carr y out a functional activity in their environment.
  9. 9. QUESTIONS FOR YOUWhen an IEP team meets, how do theyconsider assistive technology (per IDEIA)?How is this reflected in the IEP? Where is it documented?
  10. 10. AND WE COME FULL CIRCLEWhen else do you consider the tools a studentwould be using? During the planning process when you were MOVE UDL approach. using a ME TO SEE THE ANSWER
  11. 11. ACCOMMODATIONS If you have a piece of equipment already in the student’s environment, does it get listed as an accommodation?It’s based on need. If the student needs it MOVE ME TO SEE to guarantee FAPE, then it gets THE ANSWERIEP. documented in the
  12. 12. AT CONTINUUM & LREThe possibilities are endless, so which toolsdo we look to implement first? Go from least restrictive MOVE ME TO SEE to most restrictive solutions. THE ANSWER
  13. 13. SCENARIOS Go to the Google Doc. Come up with as many strategies                                        as possible to help the person in                                       the scenario.   Leave those strategies in cells on the Google Doc. Google Doc:http://bit.ly/wvchallenge
  14. 14. Math Molly is a sixth grade student  who is a super soccer player.    She doesn’t feel like a champ in  math class, though. She  understands what the teacher is  saying while explaining how and why to do long division but when it’s her turn to  solve a division problem she seems to get lost. It’s hard  to keep the numbers in the right places so that the  correct subtraction will move her to the next step.How can we help Molly with the CC Standard 6.NS:  Fluently divide multi‐digit numbers using the standard algorithm.
  15. 15. Reading: Literature Alex is in Kindergarten. He loves his  Legos and inventing great adventures  with his action figures. He often loses  focus during story time and has trouble  answering questions about what the  teacher has read.How can we help Alex with the CC Standard K.RL.1:  With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text?
  16. 16. THIS IS……… Homework!: http://bit.ly/cecjeopardy
  17. 17. RESOURCES & REFERENCES http://iste.org/chewathttp://bit.ly/wvdbbookmarks
  18. 18. Download a PDF of this entire presentation: http://bit.ly/wvdbpresentation

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