Udl Application Chart & Di

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Udl Application Chart & Di

  1. 1. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) & Instructional Application Representation -Graphic organizers -Books on tape or Audio books from freeclassicaudiobooks.com - Lessons created in PowerPoint -Data created and displayed in MS Excel graphs -Data visually presented using MS Excel (graphs) then posted on class blog -Creating audio books with text reader software (TextAloud.com, readwritegold) -Content based slideshows made with animoto.com -Great graphic organizers and visual projects using gliffy.com -Instructor created podcasts using www.gcast.com -Accessible curriculum materials aligned to core content with built in scaffolding http://go.hrw.com/ -Sound and audio files to activate prior knowledge www.findsounds.com Expression -Visual presentation using Microsoft (MS) PowerPoint -Audio recording using (MS) Sound Recorder -Poster and visual models -Video recording of a demonstration -Journaling using blogging sites such as wordpress.com -Geographical and topographical visualizations using GoogleEarth.com -Student created podcast using gcast.com ie. News report, song, advertisement -Student generated slideshow at www.slideshare.net to review and critique -Quizzes created by students using www.equizzer.com or easytestmaker.com -Creating, editing and collaborating with written work at www.ky.wiki.zoho.com Differentiated Instruction -1:1, independent, or small group instruction that offer learner choices -Choices offer visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile components (i.e songs, rock samples, etc.) -Activities tied to student interest -Teach using drama & role play <ul><li>-Choice of content, context and tools for learning </li></ul><ul><li>-1:1, independent, or small group instruction using student selected podcast or video to demonstrate and explain </li></ul><ul><li>-Location of learning itself (class, home, study period, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>Student created projects using gliffy.com graphic design web 2.0 tools </li></ul><ul><li>Personalized learning environments aligned to student interest and needs www. Netvibes.com </li></ul><ul><li>Utilize text-reader software (ie. TextAloud, Read Write Gold) for supported reading </li></ul>Engagement Universally Designed Curriculum Materials & Tools Dr. Michael Abell, University of Louisville, College of Education and Human Development, [email_address] 11/19/2007

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