6 step to meaningful UDL teaching; identify barriers, develop GOALS, develop ASSESSMENTS, Develop flexible METHODS and MATERIALS, TEACH, REFLECT and REVISE

Teacher Education and Professional Development in UDL

This paper provides a brief summary of the existing UDL literature related to teacher education. It also presents a design focused approach that teachers and educators can use for UDL training, including a step-by-step process to support teachers to meaningfully apply UDL to lesson planning.

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The UDL framework presents an array of options for teachers to use in the classroom when designing inclusive instruction. Using UDL, teachers can integrate options that make lessons flexible and engaging for all learners, including students with disabilities and English language learners. This paper provides a brief summary of the existing UDL literature related to teacher education. It also present a design focused approach that teacher educators can use for UDL training, including a step-by-step process to support teachers to meaningfully apply UDL to lesson planning.

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Authors/Creators: 
Kavita Rao, Cynthia Okolo

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UDL-IRN

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Teaching Resource
Implementation

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Lessons & Lesson Design
Professional Development

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WCAG v2.0 A

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December 19, 2018
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