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Check out some background information and resources for self-paced study of UDL and the arts. Use or re-mix these resources for your own professional learning courses, workshops, or professional learning communities!
An expert lecture and presentation of how the arts can provide rich meaningful options for engagement, representation, and action and expression. The media file is a record of David Rose's OSEP Project Directors Conference Keynote, July 2011 titled: From Bach to Lady Gaga: Music Lessons for Special Education.
FEATURED MEDIA: UDL EXPLAINED WITH LEGO
This stop motion video by Nicole Agois explains UDL principles using Lego. A perfect explanation for staff, students and parents.
WAITING for UDL
Don Glass and Kim Willey created this animation to address key questions about UDL in the form of a dialog between two animated characters. The animation tools provide an engaging way to enliven the information through dramatic gesture, sound effects, and camera angles.
For captioning, language translation, and an interactive transcript, view on YouTube.
Waiting for UDL by Don Glass and Kim Willey is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.