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Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
Udl In Your Classroom
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  • Jackie
  • Jackie
  • Break time!
  • Sound Recorder is found in Accessories.
  • Show teachers how to use Acuity to access data on student strengths and weaknesses.
  • Show teachers how to use Acuity to access data on student strengths and weaknesses.
  • Show teachers how to use Acuity to access data on student strengths and weaknesses.
  • Show teachers how to use Acuity to access data on student strengths and weaknesses.
  • Show teachers how to use Acuity to access data on student strengths and weaknesses.
  • Hand out small strips of paper. Teachers write classroom road block on paper. Collect papers.
  • Visiteboard and take teachers through daily lessons in my classroom.
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    • 1. Tool in Use<br />http://www.garageband.com/htdb/index.html?|pe1|X8jTJnjrvP2rZVE<br />http://www.pandora.com/?tc=l-005399-0151-1149#/stations/show/all<br />http://www.scrapblog.com/viewer/viewer.aspx?sbId=2522398<br />
    • 2. Tool in Use<br />VoiceThread.com<br />Google Image<br />
    • 3. Tool in Use<br />VoiceThread.com<br />Google Image<br />
    • 4. What is UDL?<br />Tool in Use<br />http://www.osepideasthatwork.org/UDL/intro.asp<br />http://delicious.com/pstackhouse<br />UDL is a framework for designing educational environments that help all students gain knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm for learning.<br />
    • 5. Tool in Use<br />http://udleditions.cast.org/<br />Visual aids<br />Drawing from brain research and using new media, the UDL framework guides educators to provide three kinds of flexibility:<br /><ul><li>To represent information in multiple formats and media;
    • 6. To provide multiple pathways for students' strategies and expression;
    • 7. To provide multiple ways to engage students' interest and motivation </li></ul>The goal of UDL is to enable all individuals to gain knowledge, skills and enthusiasm for learning. <br />
    • 8. WHY UDL?<br />Tool in Use<br />http://www.thethinkingstick.com/you-mean-the-teacher-still-matters<br />Use visual aids to make important text obvious<br />“On average, students in online learning conditions performed better than those receiving face-to-face instruction.”<br /> “The analysis for the Department of Education found that, on average, students doing some or all of the course online would rank in the 59th percentile in tested performance, compared with the average classroom student scoring in the 50th percentile.” <br />NEW YORK TIMES POST<br />
    • 9. Tool in Use<br />http://www.collegeathome.com/blog/2008/06/10/100-helpful-web-tools-for-every-kind-of-learner/<br />Offer alternative sources of information<br />
    • 10. Tool in Use<br />Google Images<br />http://www.thejc.com/files/imagecache/body_landscape/School.jpg<br />Make learning relevent<br />This will never work with my students.<br />
    • 11. Tool in Use<br />http://images.clipartof.com/small/15865-Happy-Little-Spider-Hanging-Down-From-A-Web-In-Front-Of-A-Broken-Computer-Screen-Clipart-Illustration.jpg<br />Use emotional ques<br />My school has old computers.<br />
    • 12. Take A Break<br />Tool in Use<br />http://www.pandora.com/?tc=l-005399-0151-1149#/stations/show/all<br />Plan for real world time constraints<br />
    • 13. Tool in Use<br />Using UDL to assist in differentiated instruction.<br />ELL<br />Learning disabilities<br />Pull-out, Push-in<br />Reading skills vary 2, 3 – even 5 different grade levels<br />Various learning styles<br />Microsoft PowerPoint<br />Vary text format<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 14. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 15. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />Snipping Tool<br />Google Images<br />PowerPoint Sound Recorder<br />Use visual ques<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 16. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 17. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />Assess your resources<br />Working Computers<br />Room Size<br />Ear phones<br />Microphones<br />Internet Access<br />Installed Software<br />Assess your students’ needs<br />Teacher Observation<br />IEP<br />NJASK<br />In-class Assessments<br />DIA<br />Reading Plus<br />Microsoft PowerPoint<<br />http://www3.eboard.com/eboard/servlet/BoardServlet?ACTION=NOTE_SHOW&ACTION_ON=NOTE&OBJECT_ID=4190634&SITE_NAME=Destination&BOARD_NAME=mrsstackhouse&SESSION_ID=3h61qbfe2z19ta7885&TAB_ID=455771<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 18. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 19. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />Be Realistic About Time Restraints<br />Time of day<br />Attention Span<br />Class Schedule<br />Time of Year<br />Curriculum Scope and Sequence<br />Be aware of your teaching style<br />Chances are, your teaching style matches your learning style<br />Sound Recorder<br />PowerPoint “Record Sound”<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 20. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 21. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />Think about your classroom and students<br />PowerPoint<br />Google Images<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 22. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 23. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />Start Small<br />Identify one area of difficult<br />Find one tool that will make learning more accessible<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 24. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 25. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />http://acuity/index.jsp<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 26. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 27. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />http://acuity/index.jsp<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 28. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 29. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />http://acuity/index.jsp<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 30. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 31. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />http://acuity/index.jsp<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 32. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 33. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />http://acuity/index.jsp<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 34. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 35. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />There are many ways to access your students’ needs. The DIA (district interim assessment) is only one method. Observations you have made while interacting with you students is valid and effective.<br />Paper and pencil <br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 36. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 37. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />http://www1.eboard.com/eboard/servlet/UserValidateServlet?ACTION=LOGIN&ACTION_ON=BOARD&SITE_NAME=Destination&BOARD_NAME=mrsstackhouse&SESSION_ID=9gp4scmxfvdhv5132<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 38. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 39. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />Microsoft Word<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 40. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 41. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />Choose one tool that will help meet a student need.<br />Write a lesson plan<br />Set-up the tool for use when you return to your school.<br />http://udlstrategies.wikispaces.com/<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 42. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 43. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>Tool in Use<br />VoiceThread.com<br />UDL Strategy<br /><ul><li>Multiple Means for Presentation
    • 44. Multiple Pathways for Student Expression
    • 45. Multiple Means of Engagement</li></li></ul><li>

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