Allison Posey: instructional design, professional learning, science through art educator, gifted learners of all kinds, mind brain education, jogger, painter, mother of 2, favorite UDL example: Paul Smith typewriter artistSee More
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Video: Variability Matters
Article: Curriculum Opportunities in the Digital Age
What are the UDL Guidelines?
UDL Guidelines: Multiple Means of…
I'll look into those resources. Please let me know when those other power points from Thursday and Friday are up (Dr. Rose and Ms. Johnson's). Thanks again. Enjoying putting stuff into practice this week.
We did cover the goals for introducing UDL, but you have found that UDL is quite dense and there is so much to learn-- I still feel as thought I have still not covered it all! I'd recommend perusing the National Center on UDL and exploring some of the UDL series videos (David Rose's From Bach to Lady Gaga is fantastic!). Hope you can read the UDL Theory and Practice book-- it has lots of references. Feel free to take some of our online courses or participate in another Institute! We often recommend the Affect & Engagement Institute to dive deeper into that content. We are setting dates for the next one. There is one that is not public, but there is still space in August, if you want to visit Boston in the summer (hot!!).
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