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Technology is a powerful tool for learning that can be used effectively to support the Common Core and help students develop the skills for success.
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On May 27 and 28, 2014 I attended the Accessibility Conference at Guelph University and presented a workshop on Universal Design For Learning along with Maureen Reed, the LTO Director. The presentation was divided ...
The pdf with recommendations includes a chart that clarifies the difference between accommodating learners and designing curriculum for all.
Fantastic new Universal Design for Learning resource from @CAST_UDL aimed at the third level sector. #UDL #A11y http://t.co/IYcRfgqlMR
RT @cdcowen: David Rose & Ge Vue: What #dyslexia & #reading might become by 2020.
Dr. Elizabeth Watson addresses AAMA Summer Conference attendees with ...
Dr. Watson challenges architects to design beyond the minimum ADA requirements, with more designed-in flexibility. She tells us there will be failures but we must acknowledge what works well. True for classroom and lesson design, too!
Topics: Professional Development, Braiding to name a few (RT @UDL_Center: In case you missed Wed's #UDLchat, @Ronbrogers created the archive: http://t.co/B1xqg1Bvag Join us every 1st & 3rd Wed...
UDL Principles and Practice http://t.co/zURS1HpyyZ #edtchat #udl #udlchat
We have put together an “Important Links” block on the right hand side of this blog. We know that the links will lead you to information that will be useful to you on your UDL journey. Over the next little while, I am going to write ...
For many years educators were under the false notion that there were learning styles, and recent research from Howard Gardner, John Hattie and Gregory Yates shows there isn't such thing as a learning style.
While not directly about UDL, this blog helps set the record straight on learning styles. An important read.
UDL (RT @MPNEngaged: Updated webpage and resources around Universal Design for Learning @OaklandSchools http://t.co/474gK66ljV #UDL)
Essential understandings, video, infographics and more - this webpage is not only engaging to view but offers multiple pathways for you to learn about UDL
Universal Design Learning Visually Explained for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on MSU's 21st Century Education Enterprise curated by MSU_TCEE (UDL Visually Explained 4 Teachers via EdTech & Mobile Learning | @scoopit
Visually displayed and visually engaging!
RT @dabcore: Barrie Matthews of LEARNZ has written an excellent post on #UDL to get teachers started: http://t.co/UsV1IO0DcJ
Simply stated and to the point, Barrie Matthews explains the basics of UDL.
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
Understanding and implementing Universal Understanding and implementing Universal Design for Learning to impact student understanding.
The UDL Exchange: Free, online resource for teachers. The UDL Exchange is a free online repository to browse and build resources, lessons and collections. Patrons can use and share these materials to support instruction guided by the UDL ...
And from the VLN Universal Design for Learning group - more fab resources #UDL #hackyrclass http://t.co/zIe2vikvjM
Amazon.com: UDL Now!: A Teacher's Monday-Morning Guide to Implementing Common Core Standards Using Universal Design for Learning (9780989867436): Katie Novak: Books (There's never been a better time to learn about Universal Design for Learning.
A perfect summer read for any teacher, any grade level, any subject, any classroom.
This short video provides an overview and explanation of Universal Design for Learning, and why it should be a fundamental part of learning design. (RT @virtuallykaren: What is Universal Design for Learning?
Video showcase for Michigan Integrated Technology Supports (MITS).
Great videos on UDL in Michigan from MITS
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a learning approach to maximize learning for everyone in the classroom or with a student development activity. This humorous YouTube video explains the three major principles of UDL ...
A way to make your pictures speak a thousand words http://t.co/vouZy5VktC #ipaded #ntchat #edtech #udl
Fall institute: Universal Design for Learning (#UDL): Addressing the Variability of All Learners. 11/13-14 at CAST. http://t.co/uc0NufVZtJ
CAST the net wide and everyone will be engaged!
When barriers are reduced, increased participation and achievement are the result. Read this informative article about Universal Design for Learning (UDL) by Karen Pedersen-Bayus.
Included in this blog post are links to accessibility tools for Apple, Microsoft and Smart products.
UDL Now!: A Teacher's Monday-Morning Guide to Implementing Common Core Standards Using Universal Design for Learning [Katie Novak] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In UDL Now!
Katie Novak helps us understand, with very explicit examples, how to bring UDL into classroom instruction.
"Design and Deliver: Planning and Teaching Using Universal Design for Learning w/ Loui Lord Nelson" on 04/04 9AM EST http://t.co/nWWvQXWCwT
A practical and timely book for practitioners.
"Individuals are unique and learn in ways that are particular to them. And in the past quarter century, science has elucidated the great variability of the human capacity to learn..." (p. 49, Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice). Join CAST research scientist Samantha Daley and other CAST staff as we discuss the variability of learning and its implications for education. Specifically, we will talk about recent findings in variability of affective networks that are involved in engagement and impact learning and performance."
Register on this site for this April 30th webinar.