[2015] Jackie Briggs (EDS 463): Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

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[2015] Jackie Briggs (EDS 463): Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

3 Principles of UDL 1. Multiple Means of Representation --The "What" of Learning2. Multiple Means of Action ' Expression --The "How" of Learning3. Multiple Means of Engagement --The "Why" of Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)-What is it? Why do we need it?-

3 States that use only MTSSCaliforniaKansas (link on reference page)Utah (link on reference page)

Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS)Components of MTSS1. Universal Screening2. Tiered Instruction3. Progress Monitoring

MTSS is a "vehicle" for UDL--it is a way to bring UDL into the classroom!

3 States that use RtI ' PBISWisconsinMinnesota (L (link on refernce page)New York (link on reference page)

PBIS--Positive Behavior Intervention ' SupportsFocus:Working with students to reinforce and support positive, appropriate behavior instead of punishing a student for negative, inappropriate behavior.

RtI--Response to InterventionFocus:Helping students grow acadmically by providing high quality instruction (EBP's) and monitoring progress in order to meet a student's needs. Information that is gathered from monitoring progress is used to make educational decisions that are in the best interest of the student.

UDL makes the curriculum available to all students...the first time!

RtI ' PBIS are types of MTSS used in schools today!

Differentiation MethodsTeachers can differentiate:Content*Use multiple materials and explanations to support the content.*Align tasks and objectives to the learning goal.Process*Use flexible grouping (whole group, small group, pairs, etc.)*Use a classroom management style that benefits both teachers and students.Products*Use initial and on-going assessment to monitor student learning*Challenge, yet engage, all learners -Allow students to demonstrate learning in ways that best suit his/her skills and abilities.*Vary expectations and requirements for student responses



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