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Incorporating UDL principles in teaching and learning: Principle I

Incorporating UDL principles in teaching and learning: Principle I

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Author: Ashley Sweatt
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In this lesson, you will learn how to incorporate the first UDL principle, providing multiple means of representation, into your teaching.

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Incorporating UDL Principles in Teaching and Learning: Principle I

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Notes on "Incorporating UDL Principles in Teaching and Learning: Principle I"

00:00 - 00:17) Introduction

(00:18 - 00:35) What will you learn today?

(00:36 - 00:57) What is Principle I of UDL?

(00:58 - 01:58) Guideline 1: Provide options for Perception

(01:59 - 03:40) Guideline 2: Provide options for Language, Mathematical Expressions and Symbols

(03:41 - 05:15) Guideline 3: Provide options for Comprehension

(05:16 - 06:04) What did you learn today?

(06:03 - 06:50) Reflection

 

Additional Resources

Universal Design for Learning: theory and practice

This site provides free access to the complete e-text offered by CAST. The text provides the reader with a comprehensive understanding of the theory behind UDL and the practical application in the classroom.
http://udltheorypractice.cast.org/login


Universal Design for Learning – Representation

This entry on teacher Jason Carroll's blog provides a clear look at one of the UDL principles for learning, using multiple means of representation. Carroll breaks down the process into three easy steps: before, during and after instruction providing a quick how to for any classroom.
http://blog.texthelp.com/2014/02/universal-design-learning-representation/