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UDL Greg Comments

UDL Greg Comments

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Published by Greg Lemoine
My UDL comments referring to the lesson plan.
My UDL comments referring to the lesson plan.

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Categories:Types, School Work
Published by: Greg Lemoine on Jul 16, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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UDL Guidelines - Educator ChecklistI. Provide Multiple Means of Representation Your notes1. Provide options for perception1.1 Customize the display of informationPossible Failure: there is a demo video, verbal instruction,and worksheets. More can be done to reach other learnerswith the initial instruction. (but the demo video hits several)1.2 Provide alternatives for auditory information Featured: inherent in the video recording process1.3 Provide alternatives for visual information Featured: inherent in the video recording process2. Provide options for language and symbols2.1 Define vocabulary and symbolsPossible failure: dependent on the teacher unpacking thecontent big idea of concision.2.2 Clarify syntax and structure2.3 Decode text or mathematical notation2.4 Promote cross-linguistic understandingFeatured: The final video has an option for L1 if the teacherchooses to allow for it. (ie-Spanish and English)2.5 Illustrate key concepts non-linguisticallyFeatured: the model video presents the task visually as wellas linguistically.3. Provide options for comprehension3.1 Provide or activate background knowledge3.2 Highlight critical features, big ideas, and relationshipsFeatured: the “big idea” is introduced by the teacher when theproject is unpacked.3.3 Guide information processingFeatured: the brainstorming phase guides students to unpacktheir own personal information before attempting the recordingstage3.4 Support memory and transfer n/aII. Provide Multiple Means of Action and Expression Your notes4. Provide options for physical actionFeatured: students have the opportunity to explore their ownphysical actions throughout their video4.1 Provide varied ways to respond4.2 Provide varied ways to interact with materials4.3 Integrate assistive technologies5. Provide options for expressive skills and fluency5.1 Allow choices of media for communicationFailure? Students should be offered alternatives to video.Student A might opt for only written. Student B may opt foronly audio without video.5.2 Provide appropriate tools for composition and problemsolving5.3 Provide ways to scaffold practice and performanceFeatured: students brainstorm, write or draw a script, thenenter phases of trial and error with the camera recordings6. Provide options for executive functions6.1 Guide effective goal setting6.2 Support planning and strategy developmentBoth teachers need to be observant and review early videorecordings to help the learners reach the content goals.6.3 Facilitate managing information and resourcesn/a the information is personal. Possible failure: dependingon the PK of the students, and the time the teacher focuses onconcision (keeping it short with power words) this could be afailure in content6.4 Enhance capacity for monitoring progressIII. Provide Multiple Means of Engagement Your notes

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