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The pedagogical framework to designing learning environments to teach and to support ALL learners!
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UDL-CCSS Video Crosswalk

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The National Center on UDL library of UDL principles and practice videos illustrate how to apply the UDL guidelines to classroom lessons. They can also be used to demonstrate how to address specific Common Core State Standards (CCSS). View the videos and read the overviews to learn which UDL principles, UDL guidelines, and CCSS are highlighted in each video. These videos feature three CCSS in Grade 1 Mathematics and six CCSS in Grade 5 Language Arts (ELA).

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A No-Tech/Low-Tech Integration of UDL–”Fantastic!”

A No-Tech/Low-Tech Integration of UDL–”Fantastic!” | UDL - Universal Design for Learning | Scoop.it
 

"As the CCSS has been crafted with principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to support inclusive access for all students with identified learning needs and/or disabilities, English Learners, linguistic minority students, as well as students from fragile families, many educators respond with concern that without technological resources, they feel challenged to design instruction to meet the diverse needs of their students. While technology can provide expanded access, there are many “no-tech and low-tech” options that many teachers utilize that are also UDL-considerate." - Jennifer Finney-Ellison

Kathleen McClaskey's insight:

Don't miss this video that demonstrates how to universally design your instruction so that all learners can learn math. In this video with pre-kindergarten learners, Ms. Kungu engages her learners by designing multiple ways for them to learn about counting and ordering numbers.

She is addressing the Math CCSS Kindergarten Standard on Counting and Cardinality (Math.K.CC.4b)

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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, April 8, 2013 6:54 PM

Thank you for sharing.

Valerie Chernek's curator insight, April 12, 2013 9:49 AM

An important message!

Valerie Chernek's comment, April 12, 2013 9:49 AM
An important message!
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UDL & the Common Core State Standards

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The National Center on Universal Design for Learning

Kathleen McClaskey's insight:

The National Center on Universal Design for Learning has compiled a set of resources on the "What", "Why" and "How" of UDL and CCSS.

 

"The CCSS can be considered the "What" in education, i.e., the goals and expectations. It is the destination we wish our students to reach. In light of that, UDL can be considered the "How" in education, i.e., the curriculum and instructional framework teachers use to plan their lessons. In other words, UDL and the CCSS are complementary: the UDL framework provides educators with the means to maximize student attainment of the CCSS."

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Designing for Learning's curator insight, November 17, 2013 3:55 PM

The Centre for Universal Design in Learning and State agencies combine to produce common standards for learning outcomes, and a design framework that provides opportunities for successfully achieving these standards through deliberate universal accessibility.

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Preparing for a Different Kind of Middle Grades Classroom with UDL

Preparing for a Different Kind of Middle Grades Classroom with UDL | UDL - Universal Design for Learning | Scoop.it

"As we prepare for the Common Core State Standards to be implemented in states across the country, the information from literature and developers urges us to prepare for a "different kind of classroom."

 

Descriptions of this next generation of classroom paint pictures of places where self-directed learning, student choice, and engagement built around enduring understanding are paramount. The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is currently being applied to both the development and assessment of Common Core State Standards to measure student achievement. UDL, with origins in the neurosciences, prescribes flexible approaches to learning that are adjusted to meet the individual needs of students."

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