UDL

by Amie2643
Last updated 8 years ago

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Subject:
Lesson Planning
Grade:
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UDL

The Pearson text suggest that teachers can Maximize on-task behavior by using effective questioning techniques. "Teachers should avoid 4 types of questions:1. Questions that require yes-or-no answers.2."Tugging" questions (What else?; Yes...."; "Tell me more.")3. "Guessing" questions, that is, asking students to guess when they do not have relevant information.4. Leading questions ("Isn't that so?")Overall, the best questions are clear, purposeful, brief, phrased in simple language, sequenced, and thought provoking."......

Pearson Text

"Some students with disabilities may be engaged in different ways. For example, some students, including students with visual impairments, with emotional handicaps, or with autism, may not be actively watching the teacher, but nonetheless provide other sigs that they are attending."

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My Thoughts

1) 3 Guiding Principles for Universal Learning Design are multiple means of representation, action and expression, and engagement. 2)Effective differentiated instruction is promoted with PASS. P-.Prioritize Instruction; A-Adapt Instruction, Materials, or the Environment; S-Systematically Teach (using SCREAM variables); S-Systematically Evaluate.3)A well balanced UDL environment will be beneficial for ALL learners and is a best practice approach!

Question: The text outlines that teachers can adapt instruction by knowing the type of learning that the content requires. The text tells us how to identify these various types of learning, but does not explain how to effectively approach each type of learning. Are there specific strategies that correspond to specific types of learning?


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