Universal Design for Learning in the Classroom Practical Applications

ISBN-10: 1462506313

ISBN-13: 9781462506316

Edition: 2012

Authors: Tracey E. Hall, Anne Meyer, David H. Rose

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List price: $32.00
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 7/31/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 156
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.704
Language: English

An Introduction to Universal Design for Learning: Questions and Answers
What Is UDL?
What Are the Three Groups of Brain Networks?
Why Is UDL Necessary?
So Is UDL Special Education or General Education?
What Is UDL's Relationship to Universal Design?
What Is the Research Basis for UDL?
What Does It Mean to Say That UDL Applies to the Whole Curriculum?
Why Are Technology and UDL So Often Discussed Together?
Can the UDL Principles Be Applied without Technology?
Tools for Practice: The Universal Design for Learning Guidelines
Purposes of This Chapter
What Are the UDL Guidelines?
The UDL Guidelines and the Three UDL Principles
The Guidelines and Technology
Applying the Guidelines: Rationales and Specific Examples
How Do You Use the Guidelines?
Reading Strategy Instruction, Universal Design for Learning, and Digital Texts: Examples of an Integrated Approach
The Challenge
The Intersection of Literacy Instruction and Technology
Applying the UDL Principles to Reading Comprehension Instruction
Literacy for the Digital Age
Transforming Writing Instruction with Universal Design for Learning
The Challenges of Learning to Write and Teaching Writing
Universal Design for Learning as a Basis for Teaching Writing
Transforming Writing Instruction with UDL and Web-Based Technology MassONE Writer
Learning Persuasive Writing: JFK Middle School
Writing to Learn across the Curriculum: East High School
Practices and Benefits of Formative Assessment
Developing Writers Who Write Well-and Often
Universal Design for Learning in the Science Classroom
Potential Barriers to Science Learning
Addressing Barriers in the Science Classroom with UDL and Technology
Implications for Assessment
Universal Design for Learning in the Mathematics Classroom
Math and Recognition Networks
Math and Strategic Networks
Math and Affective Networks
How UDL Can Help
Doing History the Universal Design for Learning Way
Addressing Challenges Posed by the Traditional Curriculum
Doing History the UDL Way
Making History: A UDL-Based Online Environment
Universal Design for Learning and the Arts Option
The Arts Option
Dance and Movement Options
Visual Arts Options
Music Options
The UDL Guidelines in Professional Development
Universal Design for Learning "Unplugged": Applications in Low-Tech Settings
The Principles of UDL
An Example Lesson: The Seed Lesson
Preparing Teachers to Implement Universal Design for Learning
The Changing American Classroom: Online, Any Time
Meeting the Needs of California's Changing Student Population
Preservice Teacher Preparation: Linking Universal Access to UDL
A Former EDSP 422 Student's Integration of UDL and Technology in the Special Education Classroom
The Interface between UDL and Technology: A Classroom Example
The UDL-Technology Interface: A Case Study
Moving Forward
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