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UDL Day 3

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  • 1. Day 3: Applications Notes from: Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning
  • 2. Case Study 5th grade Language Arts Frindle , Andrew Clements
  • 3. STANDARD 3.1 (Reading)
    • All students will understand and apply the knowledge of sounds, letters, and words in written English to become independent and fluent readers, and will read a variety of materials and texts with fluency and comprehension.
  • 4. Strands
    • E. Reading Strategies (before, during, and after reading)
    • Apply graphic organizers to illustrate key concepts and relationships in a text
    • H. Inquiry and Research
    • Summarize and organize information by taking notes, outlining ideas, and/or making charts
  • 5. Rationale (in my head)
    • I wanted students to connect to the author for all obvious reasons
    • Looked forward to seeing how well they could organize information in chart
    • See connections between their lives and the life of the author
  • 6. Materials
    • Copy of author’s bio
    • Venn Diagram
  • 7. The Lesson
  • 8. Flexible Digital Media
    • “ Digital media becomes flexible in the way the content is stored and transmitted.”
    • “ What was once permanent can be altered, removed at will, or restored-multiple times.”
  • 9. Flexible Digital Media
    • Digital Media is
    • Versatile
    • Transformable
    • Can be marked
    • Can be networked
  • 10. Versatile: Many formats
    • Text
    • Still image
    • Sound
    • Moving image
    • Any combination of the above
    • (Now compare this to print)
  • 11. Transformable: displayed in multiple ways
    • Change the appearance
    • Adjust the sound
    • Turn on/off graphics
    • Changes within and across media (p.65)
  • 12. Can be networked
    • Link one piece of digitally stored content to another
    • Embed hyperlinks
    • Navigate between words/definitions
    • Link to supplementary content
    • Connect to continually updated material
  • 13. Can be marked
    • Can be shown or hidden
    • Amended
    • Expanded
    • Deleted
  • 14. “ Text-only instruction gives way to a more deliberate application of mult-media.”
  • 15. Teaching Methods to support recognition learning
    • Provide Multiple Examples
    • Highlight Critical Features
    • Provide Multiple Media and Formats
    • Support Background Knowledge
  • 16. Provide Multiple Examples
    • Examples and counter-examples
    • Text, image, sound, video
    • Begin collecting resources that can be built into collections over time
    • Save and share with colleagues
    • Look for new ways for students to interact with media
    • What can students do with your examples?
  • 17. Highlight Critical Features
    • Animations
    • Color highlighting
    • Graphic elements
    • Zoom features with images
    • Overlay text and images to create common themes
  • 18. Provide Multiple Media and Formats
    • Present information in a variety of formats: redundancy promotes retention
    • Allow students to choose with media they prefer to engage with
  • 19. Support Background Knowledge
    • Digitally link “what they know” to “what you are teaching”
    • Provide new information with links to define new words, provide illustrations or examples
    • Links to timelines, graphics, video
  • 20. 3 Kinds of Flexibility
    • Flexibility in Presentation
    • Flexibility in Expression and Strategic Supports
    • Flexibility in Engagement