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Developing Expert Language Learners through UDL

This interactive session focuses on ways that UDL facilitates academic language growth for both English Language Learners and native English speakers in inclusive classrooms.

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This interactive session focuses on ways that UDL facilitates academic language growth for both English Language Learners and native English speakers in inclusive classrooms. Participants will walk away with techniques for planning intentional and strategic lessons using UDL principles, guidelines, and checkpoints to develop expert language learners. By exploring neuroscience research and the link between language and cognition, participants will investigate innovative techniques specifically designed to reduce learning barriers and increase opportunities for expert language use. 

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UDL Language List Handout
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Amy Robinson

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December 15, 2020

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UDL (Part 6): Culturally Diverse Learners

This video shows how UDL principles serve culturally diverse students, such as international students or English language learners.

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Universal Design for Learning, or UDL, is a set of learning design principles that increase access and reduce barriers for all types of learners. This video shows how UDL principles serve culturally diverse students, such as international students or English language learners.

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Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at OU

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Engaging English Language Learners

Increasing engagement for all students including English language learners through UDL.

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The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) urges schools to use the principles of UDL to support the learning needs of all students, including English learners (ESSA, 2015, Section 4104).  This web page article discusses the principles of UDL and how to use them to increase engagement and accesss to learning across diverse student populations. 

 

 

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Katie Novak

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Language Magazine

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Implementation

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October 5, 2018

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This is a great concise outline on how we as non ESOL teachers can utilize UDL practices in our classroom for our ELL students.

Tue, 10/11/2022 - 09:53