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  • Barriers: maintaining desirable difficulties while reducing or eliminating “undesirable difficulties”
  • Point 1: UDL is flexible and hence it can be..
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    • 1. Ellis Lee (06) Sherlyn Ho (10) Angela Lin (20) Ng Charmaine (22) Joey Yuen (38) Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
    • 2. Universal Design for Learning (UDL)What: • Framework for instructional planning • Customize instructions • Guidance for inclusive classroom practices • Supports, scaffolds and challenges • Address to barriers Did you know? Universal Design started with architecture and product development!
    • 3. Goals of UDL: • Customized challenges and support • Accessibility • Eliminate barriers • Balanced support and challenges
    • 4. Guidelines for UDL: #1 Provide multiple means of representation • Options for perception • Options for mathematical expressions and symbols • Options for comprehension
    • 5. Guidelines for UDL: #2 Provide multiple means of action and expression • Options for physical actions • Options for expression and communication • Options for executive functions
    • 6. Guidelines for UDL: #3 Provide multiple means of engagement • Options for recruiting interests • Options for sustaining effort and persistence • Options for self regulation
    • 7. How should guidelines be used? • Designed or adjusted to suit individual needs appropriately • Support the learning process • Review instructional methods and materials • Facilitate discussion about curriculum
    • 8. Our Curriculum Unit: Title Conservation of endangered animals in Southeast Asia (SEA) Focus Questions • In what ways are animals endangered? • How can we protect endangered animals? Goals Children will create a museum of animal artifacts for fundraising in which parents will be invited too. Subject Area Environmental Awareness Level Kindergarten 1 (K1)
    • 9. THANK YOU EVERYBODY! :)
    • 10. References CAST. (n.d.). Universal Design for Learning. Retrieved from http://cte.jhu.edu/accessibility/primer/resources/data/universaldesign/udl_ def_and_examples.pdf CEDU. (2013). History of UD. Retrieved from http://universaldesign.ie/exploreamp discover/historyofud Go!Animate, & Sherlyn Ho (2013, July 15). UDL [Video file]. Retrieved from http://goanimate.com/videos/0t35YsMOVTkg?utm_source=linkshare
    • 11. References Hall, T. E., Meyer, A., & Rose, D. H. (2012). Universal Design for Learning in the Classroom: Practical Applications. New York: Gilford Press Graphics Interchange Format - Picture Format. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/gru NC State University. (2008). About UD: Universal Design History. Retrieved from http://www.ncsu.edu/www/ncsu/design/sod5/cud/about_ud/ udhistor.htm
    • 12. UDLCAST (2010, January 6). UDL At A Glance [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDvKnY0g6e4 References