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  1. UDL Principlesin the Arts ClassroomGordon Sasaki

  2. This workshop will present and model UDL principles for the arts classroom. • inclusive art making approaches • supporting documents and images • sample lesson plan

  3. What is Universal Design?

  4. Why?

  5. We will be focusing on the creative process through discussion and hands-on practice while incorporating digital technology to aid in classroom accessibility.

  6. Basic Principles for Universal Design in Learning Provide Multiple Means of: I. Representation II. Action or Expression III. Engagement

  7. Examples of different and alternative formats to accommodate different learning styles. • Visual • Spoken • Tactile • Movement • Written • Large text • Digital

  8. Applying UDL Principles • Present materials in multiple formats

  9. Using spoken and written words to engage

  10. Using movement to communicate and translate

  11. Applying UDL Principles • Present materials in multiple formats • Use flexible approaches with achievable goals

  12. Creating access in available or alternative spaces

  13. Allow for broader, more open interpretations

  14. Applying UDL Principles • Present materials in multiple formats • Use flexible approaches w/ open & achievable goals • Allow as many opportunities for choice as possible

  15. Focusing choice while maintaining objectives

  16. Imbed choice within lesson plans

  17. Applying UDL Principles • Present materials in multiple formats • Use flexible approaches w/ open & achievable goals • Allow as many opportunities for choice as possible • Build on individual strengths and previous concepts

  18. Building on interpretations of “Community”

  19. Applying UDL Principles • Present materials in multiple formats • Use flexible approaches w/ open & achievable goals • Allow as many opportunities for choice as possible • Build on strengths and previous concepts • Vary in modes of student engagement

  20. Discussing work with students

  21. Learning to look, read and feel the artform

  22. Sample Drawing Lesson • Distribute materials: allowing students choices through selection and /or process • Choose someone next to you as a partner • Draw a life-sized continuous line portrait of your partner’s face and head. • Reinterpret this drawing into a wire sculpture. • Discussion

  23. Adaptive Art Tools Resource List http://www.grovergear.com Utensil Hand Clip An excellent aid for people who have trouble grasping… • F746150000 $7.75 http://www.wisdomking.com Wand Mouth Stick with Bend Adapter - 538518 This lightweight (1 oz.) plastic mouth stick bends to… • Size: 18" Item #: 538518

  24. UDL internet resources • www.artandudl.blogspot.com • http://www.nectac.org/topics/atech/udl.asp • www.cast.org • http://www.advocacyinstitute.org/UDL/ • http://www.advocacyinstitute.org/UDL/faqs.shtml • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Design_for_Learning

  25. Thank You