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UDL – Jefferson County . Sept 7, 2011. What Is UDL. Based on Brain Networks. Core UDL Principles. Multiple Means of Representation Multiple Means of Engagement Multiple Means of Expression . Concepts vs. Implementation.

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Udl jefferson county

UDL – Jefferson County

Sept 7, 2011


What is udl

What Is UDL

  • Based on Brain Networks


Core udl principles

Core UDL Principles

Multiple Means of Representation

Multiple Means of Engagement

Multiple Means of Expression


Concepts vs implementation

Concepts vs. Implementation

  • How do we get from conceptually understanding the principles to actual implementation?

  • Barriers

    • Students

    • Curriculum


Barriers students

Barriers - Students

What we do know

  • Learners differ in the ways that they perceive and comprehend information that is presented to them.

    • Students with disabilities – LD, Visual Impairment

    • Students without disabilities -may simply grasp information quicker or more efficiently through visual or auditory means rather than printed text


Barriers students1

Barriers – Students

What we do know

Learners differ in the ways that they can navigate a learning environment and express what they know.

Learners differ markedly in the ways in which they can be engaged or motivated to learn

Learners can remember something best if we learn it in a context that we understand


Learning what we know

Learning – What We Know

  • The human adult attention span is 10-15 minutes

  • ·Optimal learning is at 20 minutes into a long lecture

  • People remember 80-100% of what they apply, especially if used immediately

  • Retention is greatly increased by involvement of more senses: audible, visual, touch, writing

  • Taking notes (even if never re-read) increases retention by 40%

    The University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita


Checkpoint

Checkpoint

http://poll.fm/39i7x

We remember what we understand; we understand only what we pay attention to; we pay attention to what we want." - Edward Bolles


Barriers curriculum

Barriers - Curriculum

What we do know

The printed text is one of the commonly used formats in pedagogy.

Video - Joes’ Non – Netbook @

http://youtu.be/SkhpmEZWuRQ


Barriers handout

Barriers – Handout


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