Neuroscience of Teaching Methods

It’s a Process: UDL Lesson Planning

As educators become familiar with UDL, they frequently begin by asking "How do I do this?" They need an adaptable process, one that allows them to reflect on their own practice.

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As educators become familiar with UDL, they frequently begin by asking "How do I do this?" They need an adaptable process, one that allows them to reflect on their own practice. This resource focuses on integrating the UDL principles into best practice by illustrating UDL lesson planning as an adjustable step-by-step process for teaching all learners. The UDL lesson planning process engages educators in six steps: (1) defining clear, S.M.A.R.T. learning goals based on standards, (2) considering the classroom impact of learner variability, (3) determining appropriate, meaningful assessments, (4) infuse UDL into traditional teaching methods and select materials and media that add value, (5) teach and assess, and (6) refine learning through self-reflection. Applicable to all levels, lesson reflection questions and application exercises immediately put UDL into practice.

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Authors/Creators: 
Patti Kelly Ralabate, Ed.D.

Organization/Publishers: 
UDL-IRN

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Research Articles
Teaching Resource
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Problem Area:

Design of Learning Environment for All

Accessibility:

WCAG v2.0 A

Teaching Practices:

Planning for Learner Variability
Understanding & Overcoming Barriers

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Posted date:

December 11, 2018
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