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When you visit a classroom, how do you know when UDL is being successfully applied? Please join the conversation by sharing your thoughts on this forum.

UDL Series

The UDL Series is a free online collection of rich media presentations that help educators to build UDL understanding, implementation skills, and leadership ability.

          

Learner Variability

View this UDL series video to learn about UDL and learner variability. How do you address learner variability? Share strategies here!

           

From Bach to Lady Gaga

Dr. David Rose uses a musical metaphor to explain and demonstrate the principles of UDL in this presentation From Bach to Lady GagaAsk Dr. Rose a question here.. 

          

UDL Implementation: A Process of Change

Learn from others by participating in this forum on UDL implementation. How can districts support successful UDL implementation? View the presentation. Share your thoughts here!

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Aiesha N. Trowers replied to Amanda Hughes's discussion Discussion Forum #1 - Due February 11th in the group BCPS UDL CPD Course Spring 2016
"This chapter introduces the idea that educators should view traditional print curriculum as limited rather than viewing students as limited.  Explain what this means.   According to the chapter, the idea that educators should view…"
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Karla Hoerr replied to Amanda Hughes's discussion Discussion Forum #1 - Due February 11th in the group BCPS UDL CPD Course Spring 2016
"This chapter introduces the idea that educators should view traditional print curriculum as limited rather than viewing students as limited.  Explain what this means.   This means that the curriculum that we are using as a guide for our…"
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Laura Worzask replied to Amanda Hughes's discussion Discussion Forum #1 - Due February 11th in the group BCPS UDL CPD Course Spring 2016
"The idea that educators should view traditional print curriculum as limited rather than viewing their students as limited is a very valid point.  The traditional print curriculum is limited in that it doesn’t provide for the diversity and…"
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Chapter One Discussion Questions

1. Traditional print curriculum aims for middle or average students and does not address the needs of the full array of students in the classroom. Although standardized curriculum is able to be created and dispersed quickly and in mass, it often results  in instruction aimed at fixing students rather than adjusting the curriculum to meet the needs of students.2. In the 6th Grade Reading curriculum, one activity is to read a myth from another culture and compose a paragraph explaining…See More
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BCPS UDL CPD Course Spring 2016

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Scott Engel replied to Amanda Hughes's discussion Discussion Forum #1 - Due February 11th in the group BCPS UDL CPD Course Spring 2016
"The concept that the traditional print curriculum is limited rather than the students goes hand in hand with the idea that every student needs individualized instruction and curricular approaches to be effective. It is not the student that has…"
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Adrienne Evans replied to Amanda Hughes's discussion Discussion Forum #1 - Due February 11th in the group BCPS UDL CPD Course Spring 2016
"Most curriculum is designed for the "average student." Even though there is no "average student", curriculum and some  teaching methods are designed around this student.  Because of that, there are "unnecessary…"
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BCPS UDL CPD Course Spring 2016

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