The UDL Design Cycle

Implementing Speech Recognition Technology

This resource provides some general recommendations based on a case-study of three teachers who partnered with a technology integration specialist to use the UDL Design Cycle to make decisions about addressing learner variability and integrating Speech Recognition Technology (SR) into the writing curriculum.

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a design framework that can inform how technology can be used to address learner variability. It creates a compelling context for teachers to integrate technology into their lessons to reduce barriers that arise from the learner’s interaction with the curriculum or environment. This resource provides some general recommendations based on a case-study of three teachers who partnered with a technology integration specialist to use the UDL Design Cycle to make decisions about addressing learner variability and integrating Speech Recognition Technology (SR) into the writing curriculum.

Implications for teacher implementation of technology through a UDL approach are discussed. This resource also describes how UDL case-study research was conducted in conjunction with the UDL Reporting Criteria (UDL RC), a set of guidelines for researchers and practitioners who are designing and reporting on UDL implementation.

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Jon Pennington

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August 5, 2019

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UDL in 15 Minutes: Podcast, Blog, and YouTube Links

Classroom educators from around the world share their stories of UDL implementation during 15 minute interviews with host, Loui Lord Nelson.

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Classroom educators from around the world share their stories of UDL implementation during the podcast, UDL in 15 Minutes.

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Loui Lord Nelson

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Professional Development

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October 1, 2020

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UDL Within the Australian National Curriculum

This resource will demonstrate how the application of principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in the development of the Australian Curriculum has resulted in a framework that allows teachers the flexibility to personalize learning for all students.

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Australia has embarked on the development of a curriculum for all students using a three-dimensional design. A challenge has been how to provide curriculum access for students with extensive needs. This resource will demonstrate how the application of principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in the development of the Australian Curriculum has resulted in a framework that allows teachers the flexibility to personalize learning for all students.

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Dr. David Evans, Sarah Humphreys, Geraldine Gray

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February 4, 2019

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New Teacher Preparation and UDL

Teacher preparation professionals may find this Innovation Configuration (IC) for UDL useful in their practice.

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Teacher preparation professionals, or those delivering professional development may find useful this Innovation Configuration (IC) matrix when introducing and teaching the UDL guidelines.  

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Ceedar Center

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October 21, 2018

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This was really helpful in my classroom :) 

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Making Online Courses Accessible With UDL

This Journal of Educators Online article discusses increasing the accessiblity of online higher ed curriculum through the application of UDL.

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Higher education professionals concerned with online learning may benefit from this lengthy article in the Journal of Educators Online when designing curriculum to ensure accessiblity to all students.  

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Cindy Ann Dell
Thomas F. Dell
Terry L. Blackwell

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October 21, 2018

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