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Reflecting on UDL: How UDL lessons meet the needs of all learners

Reflecting on UDL: How UDL lessons meet the needs of all learners

Author: Ashley Sweatt

In this lesson, you will learn how to reflect on revising lessons so that they are aligned with the principles of Universal Design for Learning.

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Reflecting on UDL: How UDL Lessons Meet the Needs of All Learners

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(00:00 - 00:14) Introduction

(00:15 - 00:24) What will you learn today?

(00:25 - 01:38) Think Aloud

(01:39 - 02:14) Plus, Minus, Delta

(02:15 - 06:23) Reflect on Revised Lesson

(06:24 - 06:48) What did you learn today?

(06:49 - 07:19) Reflection

Additional Resources

UDL Lesson Plan

This is Dr. Marilyn Shank's site dedicated to the development of lesson plans using the UDL principles; the site includes guiding questions and a lesson plan template. She designed her template to address several problems of practice: "How can I teach grade-level standards to all students in general education, regardless of exceptionality?"; "How do I assess and grade them?"; "How do I keep students who already know the skill challenged?"; "How do I follow President Bush’s mandate and leave no child behind without watering down the curriculum?"; and "How can I maintain high expectations for all students?"

Kentucky Department of Education: Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

This web site provides a quick review of the UDL principles. In addition, there are terrific resources for teachers that can be accessed through live links. In particular, there is an easy to use lesson planning template designed to incorporate the UDL principles.