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Exploring Graphic Organizers: UDL-PLC Series

In this module, we explore UDL framework strategies for using and applying graphic organizers. 

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The UDL-PLC series provides you with 15 modules that guide the development of a professional learning community focusing on UDL. Each module has 2 segments: Learn and Discuss. 

While UDL-PLC modules can be viewed in the order of your choosing, we suggest that you be sure to view following module, which serves as introductions to the series. 

In this module, we shift focus away from big ideas to explore strategies for the use of graphic organizers and their application to the UDL framework.  A graphic organizer is a visual display that demonstrates relationships between facts, concepts or ideas.

 

 

Objectives: 
• To apply the use of technology tools to the principles of UDL.
• To reflect on the ways that graphic organizers can provide multiple means of representation and expression.
• To explore a new graphic organizer and strategies, and reflect on the application to learner variability.

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Authors/Creators: 
HIAT, Montgomery County Maryland Public Schools

Organization/Publishers: 
Montgomery County Maryland Public Schools

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Implementation
Professional Development

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Interactive module

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WCAG v2.0 AA

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Posted date:

June 1, 2018
Document Title: 
UDL-PLC Series: Exploring Graphic Organizers
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