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UDL at McDaniel

This page contains materials, links and follow-up materials to support the ongoing exploration of UDL for participants in the 2nd Annual UDL Conference at McDaniel College on Friday, October 25, 2013.

Website: http://www.mcdaniel.edu/‎
Location: Westminister, MD
Members: 31
Latest Activity: Aug 1, 2015

UDL at McDaniel

SESSION SLIDES:  Final slide set will be made available following the presentation

SESSION FOLLOW UP:

CAST home page: http://www.cast.org/

National Center on UDL: http://www.udlcenter.org/

Frequently Asked Questions:

Question 1: How do I learn about UDL?

Question 2: What are the UDL Guidelines?

Question 3:  Are there multiple representations of  UDL Guidelines?

Question 4:  Where can I learn more about the importance of flexible, accessible learning materials to the implementation of UDL principles?

  • Visit the web site of the National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials
  • Check out the PALM Initiative  and download PALM documents to share with others involved with the selection and acquisition of learning materials for all.
  • Learn more about AIM for student with special needs by exploring the All About AIM section of the AIM Center website
  • Explore Quick Starts linked in the upper right corner of the home page. There are Quick Starts available in a question and answer format for five groups with varying interests and responsibilities related to AIM

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UDl in the Classroom 2 Replies

After our conference, we want to keep ideas flowing. Please share any ideas that you took away from the conference on how you are planning or are implementing in your classroom.Continue

Started by Beverly Jo Gallagher. Last reply by Beverly Jo Gallagher Jan 30, 2014.

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Comment by Beverly Jo Gallagher on February 13, 2014 at 3:58pm
Marylanders, if you want to know more about UDL Implementation, this is a one-time local opportunity….

The 2014 UDL-IRN Summit
The UDL Implementation Research Network (UDL-IRN) is hosting a summit focusing on UDL implementation and associated research on March 6 & 7th, 2014 at the Johns Hopkins University Columbia Campus, Columbia, MD. The intent of this summit is to gather practitioners and researchers to discuss the systematic implementation of UDL in pre-school, K-12, and higher education classrooms. The summit will be a unique opportunity to collaborate with a select group of leaders who are actively engaged in UDL implementation efforts.

The 2014 UDL-IRN Summit is Not an Introduction to UDL. It is about the Implementation of UDL.  Different from a large conference, this year’s Summit is limited to around 100 people.  We believe the size is perfect because it’s large enough to support a diverse range of experiences while being intimate enough to support a very personalized and social experience for participants. The 2-day program includes time for experiencing presentations and interacting with recognized leaders and people involved with on-the-ground implementation and research.  Presentations will cover a range of topics from implementation to research in schools, districts, states/regions, and in university settings. There’s something for everyone at #UDL2014!
REGISTER NOW,  SPACES LIMITED:   http://udl-irn.org/udl-summit/
Comment by Beverly Jo Gallagher on November 16, 2013 at 9:36am

Share some other ways that you determine the learner variability of your students :)

Comment by Beverly Jo Gallagher on November 9, 2013 at 4:02pm

Many people expressed interest in learning how to go about planning a lesson to include UDL. Before getting started with the actual planning of lessons, first make sure you know what type of learners your students may be. Here's a link to the CAST class profile tools which would give you a place to begin. http://www.cast.org/teachingeverystudent/tools/classprofiletool.cfm Also creating a 10 question free learner profile using Survey Monkey is a tool that I use all of the time. http:www.surveymonkey.com

BJ

 

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