What Does UDL Mean To You?
To Believe Or Not To Believe
Are you setting on the fence about Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? The evidence for Universal Design for Learning (UDL) comes from various sources, including cognitive neuroscience, psychology, and education research. This evidence shows that providing multiple means of representation, expression, and engagement can improve learning . . .
Knowing the Future Without a Time Machine
Great educators try their hardest to stay ahead and be prepared and ready for significant changes. But, fortunately, everyone does this differently, although most do not take the time to share. This post is to share one strategy to keep up with changes in education. Yes, you can know the future and what is coming to a classroom near you . . .
Universal Design for Learning / Multi-Tiered System of Supports
What is Important?
"Never give up on a dream." - Author unknown -
We must all make decisions, all are important and many times affect others. The education field is no different. Now the time is imperative to work together as a team when setting up a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) and at the same time using the Universal Design for Learning . . .
Low Performing vs. High Performing Schools
The area of education is exciting because the research keeps getting stronger. It wasn't long ago it was common and forward thinking to say school principals should be instructional leaders. Over the years this idea has been pushed and administrators trained to become strong instructional leaders. Research started to show instructional . . .
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THE TIME HAS ARRIVED (part 1 of 2)
TO START THINKING ABOUT TWO WAY COMMUNICATION
Have you ever discussed or thought about the importance of two-way communication
in education? Should we consider how we communicate? First, we should consider what
kind of communication we are using now. Second, we should ask ourselves how we can
better communicate. Third, is it worth communicating more or differently? So before . . .
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Building a Strong Professional Learning Community (PLN)
What You Have Always Wanted To Know
Have you ever been part of something that makes you feel like a family member? According to participants, the #UDLchat does just that. When five educational leaders joined together they created a vision, and from the vision the #UDLchat was born. The following are the five . . .