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 . . .
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 . . .
Picks from 2015 for 2016
Tools, Tools, Tools!!!
Technology tools are everywhere on the internet. The internet has winners and losers when it comes to technology tools. It also has expensive, non-expensive and free tools. Here are the tools I found worth using this past year:
Remind the messaging app you want to use for communication. . . .
Using the UDL Framework
It is interesting how often these days we hear educators talk about “Student Self-Advocacy”, “Self-Regulation”, or “Self-Directed Learners”. There are differences and similarities, however for this blog entry we will focus on “Self-Directed Learners”.
Why is it important? Where does it begin? These are important questions in . . .
We're Interested in UDL/We Want to Move it Forward, Now What?
WHO ARE YOU GOING TO CALL?
What are you doing to meet student variability in your district, building or classroom? Have you thought about Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as your instructional framework? This blog post is for you, whether you are just thinking about UDL, or you have been practicing UDL for years.
A great . . .
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 . . .