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UDL Learning Walks

A UDL Learning Walk is a brief, structured classroom visit that allows participants to see UDL in action. It engages teachers, school administrators and district leaders in active learning about UDL.

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A “Learning Walk” is a brief, structured school or classroom visit that provides administrators, principals and teachers opportunities to reflect on teaching techniques, learning practices, and student engagement. A "UDL Learning Walk" allows participants to see UDL in action. It helps bridge the gap between theory and practice, engaging teachers, school administrators and district leaders in active learning about UDL.

 

Objectives: 
To define the power and purpose of UDL Learning Walks
To identify strategies for planning and structuring a UDL Learning Walk
To describe a sample UDL Learning Walk schedule
To view sample tools used as part of a UDL Learning Walk
To campare early and later stage "UDL Look Fors"
To effectively organize a post UDL Learning Walk debrief

Authors/Creators: 
HIAT, Montgomery County Maryland Public Schools

Category Quick Find:

Implementation

Teaching Practices:

Progress Monitoring & Data Collection

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Posted date:

June 1, 2018
Document Title: 
UDL Learning Walks
Resource Fee: 
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