Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Stacey N. Skoning UW Oshkosh 8/1/2011. Universal Design for Learning. Tier 1 of an RtI model supports the development of differentiated curriculum and instruction up front (for ALL students).
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Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Stacey N. Skoning
Tier 1 of an RtI model supports the development of differentiated curriculum and instruction up front (for ALL students).
This is NOT designing a lesson, then identifying needed accommodations.
Reception/representation (principle #1)
Engagement/motivation (principle #2)
Expression (principle #3)
To do these well, you must ask yourself…
Who are my students?
What must they learn?
How can I teach them?
How can I assess their learning?
WI Model Academic Standards
WI Extended Grade-band Standards
Large group/whole class instruction
Teacher directed small groups
Student directed small groups
Cooperative learning groups
Group Investigation or Discovery Learning
Computer Assisted Instruction
Community Referenced Lessons
Community Based Lessons or Authentic Learning Experiences
Representing to Learn
What can I do to support a student who has difficulty:
Drawing conclusions and making inferences
Paying attention to the spoken word
Paying attention to printed word
Establishment of a positive school/classroom community/climate
Use of conflict resolution procedures
Discuss concept of “fair vs. equal”
Same content but…
Different size, number, or format
Different materials or devices
Different mode of input
Different mode of output
Different level of abstraction
Who needs to provide additional support?
When does this support need to be provided?
A small heterogeneous group pursuing goals that are individualized yet integrally related to the curriculum