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Udl presentation pac_rim2

  1. 1. WINTERTemplateUniversal Design for Learning:Strategies for K-12 SettingsKavita Rao, Ph.DUniversity of Hawai‘i at MānoaMay 1, 2013kavitar@hawaii.edu
  2. 2. WINTERTemplate1. Addressing diverse K-12 students2. UDL Guidelines and Checkpoints Applying UDL to lesson planning Examples of UDL-based instructionToday’s topics
  3. 3. WINTERTemplatehttp://tinyurl.com/pacrimudlK-12On the web
  4. 4. UDL can support…
  5. 5. …a range of learnersStrugglinglearnersCulturally and linguisticallydiverse studentsStudentswith disabilities“Typical” learners
  6. 6. UDL can be used to supportInclusion:Differentiating learning for students with disabilitiesLiteracy:Addressing language and culture; supporting ELLsEngagement:Motivating all students
  7. 7. Common challengesReading Writing Memory andOrganization
  8. 8. Common challengesReading Writing Memory andOrganization• Decoding text• Comprehending text
  9. 9. Common challengesReading Writing Memory andOrganization• Decoding text• Comprehending text• Coming up with ideas• Planning what to write• Drafting thoughts• Mechanics• Spelling
  10. 10. Common challengesReading Writing Memory andOrganization• Decoding text• Comprehending text• Coming up with ideas• Planning what to write• Drafting thoughts• Mechanics• Spelling• Rememberinginformation• Following directions• Processinginformation
  11. 11. II. The UDL Checkpoints
  12. 12. UDL as a frameworkProvides ideas forplanning and designinginstruction
  13. 13. Universal Design for Learning•Center for Applied Special Technology: www.cast.org•National Center for Universal Design: www.udlcenter.org
  14. 14. Curriculum & InstructionUDL can be applied to:Curriculum•Resources and materials•AssessmentsInstruction•TEACHER: Instructional methods and strategies•STUDENT: Classroom activities
  15. 15. Lesson planning resourcesUDL CheckpointsLinks are available at: http://tinyurl.com/pacrimudlhttp://www.udlcenter.org/aboutudl/udlguidelines
  16. 16. WINTERTemplateMultimedia Technology&Universal Design
  17. 17. Multimedia & UDLDigital media = flexible optionsMultimedia is the combination of:textaudiovideophotos
  18. 18. •Digital Cameras & Video•Computers/Laptops•TabletsEveryday Tools
  19. 19. •UDL within the “process”•Scaffolds for learning process•Ways that students with disabilities and CLDstudents are supportedAs you watch, look for
  20. 20. The FarmLesson design:•1stand 2ndgraders•As a class, read a book about a farmer and hisanimals.•Each student illustrated one page in the book.•The teacher took digital photos of eachdrawing and placed them in iMovie.•Students recorded narration using a “choralstorytelling” technique.Acknowledgement:Thank you to Debi Tisdell
  21. 21. The FarmLesson design:•1stand 2ndgraders•As a class, read a book about a farmer and hisanimals.•Each student illustrated one page in the book.•The teacher took digital photos of eachdrawing and placed them in iMovie.•Students recorded narration using a “choralstorytelling” technique.Objectives:•Language and literacy development•Oral expression•CollaborationTechnology used:•Digital photos•iMovie or MoviemakerAcknowledgement:Thank you to Debi Tisdell
  22. 22. What Am I Feeling?Lesson design:•4thgraders•In small groups, students chose an emotionthey wanted to express•Teacher photographed each group•Students used a dictionary or thesaurus tofind 3 synonyms•Wrote sentences including their word.•Teacher created interactive “game”Acknowledgement:Thank you to Lyndee Kobayashi
  23. 23. What Am I Feeling?Lesson design:•4thgraders•In small groups, students chose an emotionthey wanted to express•Teacher photographed each group•Students used a dictionary or thesaurus tofind 3 synonyms•Wrote sentences including their word.•Teacher created interactive “game”Objectives:•Vocabulary development (synonyms)•Connected to health lesson•Writing complete sentences•Effective users of technologyTechnology used:•Digital photos•PowerPoint or KeynoteAcknowledgement:Thank you to Lyndee Kobayashi
  24. 24. Expression in MathematicsLesson Design:• Teacher created short tutorials whileteaching the concepts• At the end of the unit, asked students towork in pairs to create their own tutorial• Students planned and scripted theirprojects• Students recorded on iPadsObjectives:• Solving equations• Assessing understanding in math• Reviewing lessonTechnology used:•Educreations “app”•Show Me and ScreenChompare similar appsAcknowledgement:Thank you to Naohito Miura
  25. 25. Expression in MathematicsLesson Design:• Teacher created short tutorials whileteaching the concepts• At the end of the unit, asked students towork in pairs to create their own tutorial• Students planned and scripted theirprojects• Students recorded on iPadsObjectives:• Solving equations• Assessing understanding in math• Reviewing lessonTechnology used:•Educreations “app”•Show Me and ScreenChompare similar appsAcknowledgement:Thank you to Naohito Miura
  26. 26. Web-based resourcesReadingUDL Editions– Visuals, text and audio– Built in reading supports– Text Help Bar– CoachesTar Heel Reader– Various books– Read aloudThese links are available at:http://tinyurl.com/pacrimudl
  27. 27. Web-based resourcesWriting & OrganizationUDL Book Builder– Create a story– Organize information and retell it– Add visuals, text and audio– Use coaches to make connections and ask extensionquestionsBubbl.usOnline graphic organizerThese links are available at:http://tinyurl.com/pacrimudl
  28. 28. In conclusion•Technology will keep evolving•Think creatively about how to use digitaltechnologies for pedagogical purposes•Design learning environments that can beengaging and supportive for diverse learners
  29. 29. Contact InformationKavita Raokavitar@hawaii.eduUniversity of Hawai‘i at MānoaCollege of EducationIf you have any questions or comments, please feel to contact me

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