UDL Reflective Cycle Starts Here: Autobiographical Memory Narratives as Foundations to Design Action Plans

UDL Reflective Cycle Starts Here

UDL Reflective Cycle Starts Here: Autobiographical Memory Narratives as Foundations to Design Action Plans highlights a UDL reflective cycle through autobiographical memory narratives and UDL framework applications among teacher candidates in the special education programs.

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This presentation highlights a UDL reflective cycle through autobiographical memory narratives and UDL framework applications among teacher candidates in the special education programs. These teacher candidates engaged in the UDL reflective cycle through which they took a role as an active learner. Elements of the autobiographical memory narratives and the UDL framework applications include procedures, resources, and support embedded in their graduate study coursework. Benefits of and challenges to the UDL reflective cycle inform (1) self-awareness of making meaningful changes in teaching practices among teacher candidates, and (2) interactions with their learning experience through a UDL framework. The development, measurements, and analysis of the UDL reflective cycle are discussed during this session.

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Natsuko Takemae
Megan Mackey
John Foshay

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UDL Reflective Cycle Starts Here: Autobiographical Memory Narratives as Foundations to Design Action Plans

UDL Reflective Cycle Starts Here

UDL Reflective Cycle Starts Here: Autobiographical Memory Narratives as Foundations to Design Action Plans highlights a UDL reflective cycle through autobiographical memory narratives and UDL framework applications among teacher candidates in the special education programs.

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This presentation highlights a UDL reflective cycle through autobiographical memory narratives and UDL framework applications among teacher candidates in the special education programs. These teacher candidates engaged in the UDL reflective cycle through which they took a role as an active learner. Elements of the autobiographical memory narratives and the UDL framework applications include procedures, resources, and support embedded in their graduate study coursework. Benefits of and challenges to the UDL reflective cycle inform (1) self-awareness of making meaningful changes in teaching practices among teacher candidates, and (2) interactions with their learning experience through a UDL framework. The development, measurements, and analysis of the UDL reflective cycle are discussed during this session.

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Natsuko Takemae
Megan Mackey
John Foshay

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UDL in Higher Education: Applying the Principles

This resource will focus on the work of three university faculty who consistently employ the UDL principles in their courses

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This resource will focus on the work of three university faculty who consistently employ the UDL principles in their courses. In addition, they will share the structure used at Towson University to support faculty UDL implementation, the Towson University UDL Professional Development Network. Participants will learn specific strategies for applying UDL in three very different areas: library instruction, music education and instructional technology.

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Claire L. Holmes, M.L.S., Kathryn L. Evans, Ph.D., William A. Sadera, Ph.D.

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UDL in Higher Education: Applying the Principles

This resource will focus on the work of three university faculty who consistently employ the UDL principles in their courses

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This resource will focus on the work of three university faculty who consistently employ the UDL principles in their courses. In addition, they will share the structure used at Towson University to support faculty UDL implementation, the Towson University UDL Professional Development Network. Participants will learn specific strategies for applying UDL in three very different areas: library instruction, music education and instructional technology.

Authors/Creators
Claire L. Holmes, M.L.S., Kathryn L. Evans, Ph.D., William A. Sadera, Ph.D.

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