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Universal Design for
     Learning
 Meeting the Needs of
       Learners
Goals
Understand background &
 foundational concepts of
 Universal Design for Learning
 (UDL)

Getting started with UDL ...
Why We Do What We Do
          “Students are not
           empty vessels to be
           filled, but flames
           ...
What is it in you that gives
    you joy, excites you…
             Most students know
              their “spark”
      ...
Five Essential Questions
 What is your spark?
 Who knows your
  spark?
 Who helps nourish
  your spark?
 What gets in ...
How Can We Help?
 Reaffirm why we do what we do…
   “vessels” or “sparks”?


 Use all the resources available to “light...
Origins of Universal
             Design
     Originated in the field of
      architecture

     Design buildings with
...
Universal Design:
   We all benefit
   Not one size fits all –
    but alternatives.

   Designed from the
    beginning...
Universal Design Is All
                                      Around Us…
Ramps
Curb Cuts
Electric Doors
Captions on
 T...
Center for Universal
                       Design (NCU) –
 Equitable Use           7 Principles
 Flexibility in Use
 S...
UDE Applications
-Educational
software
                      Universal Design in
-Websites             Education (UDE)
-Me...
Universal Design –
Principles for Instruction
         Class Climate
         Physical Access,
          Usability, and ...
Origins of Universal
              Design for Learning (UDL)

CAST believes that “barriers to learning
are not, in fact, i...
Traditional vs. UDL
         Approach
Celebrating Diversity
         “We must fundamentally alter
          our thinking about diversity as
          deviant, t...
UDL Originated From
         the Edges…
     Innovations
      emerge from the
      margins, not
      from the centre
 ...
Moving to Accessibility –
                                                      A3 Model

                                ...
Universal Design for
                                Learning
Definition:
   “UDL is an educational
    approach to teachi...
UDL - The Intersection
                                             of Initiatives
   “UDL is the intersection
   where al...
UDL and the
Learning Brain
 Recognition
  network
 Strategic
  network
 Affective
  network
UDL and the
Learning Brain
 Recognition
  Networks:
 “the what of
   learning”
  -identify and
   interpret patterns
   of...
UDL and the Learning
               Brain
Recognition
  Networks
Recognition
  Networks
UDL and the
Learning Brain
 Strategic
  networks:
 “the how of learning”
  -plan, execute,
   and monitor
   actions and s...
UDL and the Learning
               Brain
Universal Design and
           the Learning Brain




Strategies & Eye Movement Studies
UDL and the
Learning Brain
 Affective
  networks:
 “the why of
   learning”
    -evaluate and
      set priorities
UDL and the Learning
               Brain
Learning and Emotion
UDL and the Learning
                        Brain
• One must recognize information,
       ideas, and concepts

   • One ...
UDL and the Learning
                           Brain
All learners are
 unique and
universal does not
 mean
“one size fits...
What do we mean by
                                            Universal?
 To many people the term seems to imply
  that ...
Universal Design for Learning
                                    calls for:
 Multiple means of representation::to give
 ...
Multiple Means of
  Representation
Multiple Means of
  Representation
Multiple Means of
                       Representation
 Video
 Sparks Notes
 Considerate Text
  (Mobipocket)
 Read/Wr...
Multiple Means of Action
           & Expression
Multiple Means of
               Action & Expression
 Speech recognition
  software
 Alpha Smart
 iMovie or Movie
  Mak...
Multiple Means of
     Engagement
Multiple Means of
     Engagement
Multiple Means of
                        Engagement
 21st Century
  Learners – Digital
  Natives
 Virtual classrooms
 ...
Universal Design for
                                         Learning
 Provides a variety of choice for different
  lear...
Universal Design for
           Learning
         By frontloading
         “assistive”
         technologies into the
    ...
Digital Media is
    Flexible and
 Transformable
 Examples
   UDL Editions
   Strategy Tour
   Thinking Reader
   Book...
Planning for All
 Learners (PAL)
      Set Goals
      Classroom Profiles
      Identify Methods,
       Materials,
   ...
Classroom Profiles
 Profile of EACH student’s STRENGTHS &
  WEAKNESS:

  Recognition Networks
  Strategic Networks
  A...
Classroom Profile
Materials, Methods &
                         Assessment
 Potential Barriers & Solutions:


  Methods
  Materials
  As...
Materials, Methods,
        Assessment
Finding UDL
                            Solutions




http://udlcenter.org/implementation/examples
UDL LESSON PLANNING &
            PROCESSES
Digital Text
    Alberta
    Education             Other Sources
 Digital Repository      Project Gutenberg (free
  of D...
UDL Resources -
    Technology
 http://udltechtoolkit.wikispaces.co


 http://www.techmatrix.org/

 http://www.udlcenter.o...
UDL & 21st Century
          Learning
     Information is easy to
      get!
UDL & 21st Century
          Learning
       What will be
       valued is people
       who can make
       “usable
     ...
Are We Ready?
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  1. 1. Universal Design for Learning Meeting the Needs of Learners
  2. 2. Goals Understand background & foundational concepts of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Getting started with UDL – Applications and Resources
  3. 3. Why We Do What We Do  “Students are not empty vessels to be filled, but flames to be lit” (Plato)  Needs to be a shift in how we perceive our youth  “Something in here, that I want to put into the world…”
  4. 4. What is it in you that gives you joy, excites you…  Most students know their “spark”  Most say no one has asked them what their “spark” is  Only 25% say there is a community around them that helps nourish their “spark”
  5. 5. Five Essential Questions  What is your spark?  Who knows your spark?  Who helps nourish your spark?  What gets in your way?  How can I help?
  6. 6. How Can We Help?  Reaffirm why we do what we do…  “vessels” or “sparks”?  Use all the resources available to “light those sparks” which includes: Personalized Learning Inquiry Universal Design for Learning Infusing Technology
  7. 7. Origins of Universal Design  Originated in the field of architecture  Design buildings with built-in accessibility for everyone was an approach superior to retrofitting buildings to accommodate diverse individual needs.
  8. 8. Universal Design: We all benefit  Not one size fits all – but alternatives.  Designed from the beginning, not added on later.  Increases access opportunities for everyone
  9. 9. Universal Design Is All Around Us… Ramps Curb Cuts Electric Doors Captions on Television Easy Grip Tools Slide adapted from Kathy Howery
  10. 10. Center for Universal Design (NCU) –  Equitable Use 7 Principles  Flexibility in Use  Simple & Intuitive  Perceptible Information  Tolerance for error  Low physical effort  Size and space for approach and use
  11. 11. UDE Applications -Educational software Universal Design in -Websites Education (UDE) -Meetings  Provides a philosophical -Instructions framework for the design of -Curriculum a broad range of -Libraries educational products & -Computer labs environments -Registration  Unlike an accommodation options for a specific person with a -Student housing & disability, the practice of residences UDE benefits all students -Student services
  12. 12. Universal Design – Principles for Instruction  Class Climate  Physical Access, Usability, and Safety  Delivery Methods  Information resources  Interaction  Feedback  Assessment  Accommodation
  13. 13. Origins of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) CAST believes that “barriers to learning are not, in fact, inherent in the capacities of learners, but instead arise in learners' interactions with inflexible educational goals, materials, methods, and assessments.” Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age, p. vi (CAST, 2003) http://lessonbuilder.cast.org/learn.php
  14. 14. Traditional vs. UDL Approach
  15. 15. Celebrating Diversity “We must fundamentally alter our thinking about diversity as deviant, that…it must be accommodated. . . Rather, we need to be clear that diversity is an essential part of the human condition and needs to be anticipated and celebrated.” Dave Edyburn, Associate Professor, UWM Slide created by Kathy Howery
  16. 16. UDL Originated From the Edges… Innovations emerge from the margins, not from the centre or mainstream of an industry…
  17. 17. Moving to Accessibility – A3 Model ACCESSIBILITY (Universal Design for Learning) ACCOMMODATION APPROACH (Assistive Technology for Learning) ADVOCACY (Barriers to learning exist) APPROACH CHANGES OVER TIME
  18. 18. Universal Design for Learning Definition: “UDL is an educational approach to teaching, learning, and assessment, drawing on new brain research and new media technologies to respond to individual learner differences.” -CAST 2003
  19. 19. UDL - The Intersection of Initiatives “UDL is the intersection where all our initiatives - integrated units, multi- sensory teaching, multiple intelligences, differentiated instruction, use of computers, performance based assessment, and others - come together” Donna Palley (Education in the Digital Age: Rose & Meyer)
  20. 20. UDL and the Learning Brain Recognition network Strategic network Affective network
  21. 21. UDL and the Learning Brain Recognition Networks: “the what of learning” -identify and interpret patterns of sound, light, taste, smell, and touch
  22. 22. UDL and the Learning Brain
  23. 23. Recognition Networks
  24. 24. Recognition Networks
  25. 25. UDL and the Learning Brain Strategic networks: “the how of learning” -plan, execute, and monitor actions and skills
  26. 26. UDL and the Learning Brain
  27. 27. Universal Design and the Learning Brain Strategies & Eye Movement Studies
  28. 28. UDL and the Learning Brain Affective networks: “the why of learning” -evaluate and set priorities
  29. 29. UDL and the Learning Brain
  30. 30. Learning and Emotion
  31. 31. UDL and the Learning Brain • One must recognize information, ideas, and concepts • One must be able to apply strategies to process the information • One must be engaged -Vygotsky
  32. 32. UDL and the Learning Brain All learners are unique and universal does not mean “one size fits all”
  33. 33. What do we mean by Universal?  To many people the term seems to imply that UDL is a quest for a single, one size- fits-all, solution that will work for everyone.In fact, the very opposite is true.  The essence of UDL is flexibility and the inclusion of alternatives to adapt to the myriad variations in learner needs, styles, and preferences. -Slide adapted from Kathy Howery
  34. 34. Universal Design for Learning calls for:  Multiple means of representation::to give learners various ways of acquiring information and knowledge,  Multiple means of expression: to provide learners alternatives for demonstrating what they know  Multiple means of engagement: to tap into learners' interests, offer appropriate challenges, and increase motivation.
  35. 35. Multiple Means of Representation
  36. 36. Multiple Means of Representation
  37. 37. Multiple Means of Representation  Video  Sparks Notes  Considerate Text (Mobipocket)  Read/Write Gold  “Writing with Symbols” (ELL)  Reduce cognitive barriers
  38. 38. Multiple Means of Action & Expression
  39. 39. Multiple Means of Action & Expression  Speech recognition software  Alpha Smart  iMovie or Movie Maker  Inspiration  Webspiration  Pixwriter  Blogging  Voice Thread
  40. 40. Multiple Means of Engagement
  41. 41. Multiple Means of Engagement
  42. 42. Multiple Means of Engagement  21st Century Learners – Digital Natives  Virtual classrooms  Nurturing “Sparks”  Teach today’s students with today’s tools
  43. 43. Universal Design for Learning  Provides a variety of choice for different learners.  Has these options available before students enter the classroom.  Teachers can plan in advance to meet students’ needs. -Slide adapted from Kathy Howery
  44. 44. Universal Design for Learning By frontloading “assistive” technologies into the classroom we can create a more accessible and flexible environment for all students. -Slide adapted from Kathy Howery
  45. 45. Digital Media is Flexible and Transformable Examples UDL Editions Strategy Tour Thinking Reader Book Builder Draft Builder http://www.cast.org “Joe’s Non-Netbook” - Youtube
  46. 46. Planning for All Learners (PAL)  Set Goals  Classroom Profiles  Identify Methods, Materials, Assessments & Barriers  Apply UDL  Teach UDL Lesson
  47. 47. Classroom Profiles  Profile of EACH student’s STRENGTHS & WEAKNESS: Recognition Networks Strategic Networks Affective Networks “Sparks”
  48. 48. Classroom Profile
  49. 49. Materials, Methods & Assessment  Potential Barriers & Solutions: Methods Materials Assessment
  50. 50. Materials, Methods, Assessment
  51. 51. Finding UDL Solutions http://udlcenter.org/implementation/examples
  52. 52. UDL LESSON PLANNING & PROCESSES
  53. 53. Digital Text Alberta Education Other Sources  Digital Repository  Project Gutenberg (free of Digital Textbooks electronic books) (Canada Copyright  Wikibooks Law – Section 32)  UDL Editions by CAST  Authorized Novels  Google Books & Plays in Digital  Bookshare.com Format
  54. 54. UDL Resources - Technology http://udltechtoolkit.wikispaces.co http://www.techmatrix.org/ http://www.udlcenter.org/
  55. 55. UDL & 21st Century Learning  Information is easy to get!
  56. 56. UDL & 21st Century Learning What will be valued is people who can make “usable knowledge” with that information! -Slide adapted from Kathy Howery
  57. 57. Are We Ready?
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