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Creating Student Success Through Teacher PD

This session will show you how using a model of professional development, support within the PLC, and on-going collaboration with teachers impacted student achievement during the implementation phases of Universal Design for Learning.

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Todd Rose, says, “There is no such thing as an average learner”. As a special education coach and a G/T coach, collaboration around students with “jagged profiles” is a top priority. The principles of UDL are especially important in designing instruction to engage and ensure success for ALL students on the edges. As we have learned about the power of Universal Design for Learning, we have grown to see that what’s good for one may be good for many.

This session will show you how using a model of professional development, support within the PLC, and on-going collaboration with teachers impacted student achievement during the implementation phases of Universal Design for Learning.

Participants will leave with our UDL implementation template, information and links to engagement strategies employed during our session, as well as links to videos, photos, and activities which support representation and action and expression.

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Authors/Creators
Shannon Schultz
Terese Weiler

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April 14, 2021

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Image of three adults at a whiteboard with sticky notes engaging in professional development

Creating Student Success Through Teacher PD

This session will show you how using a model of professional development, support within the PLC, and on-going collaboration with teachers impacted student achievement during the implementation phases of Universal Design for Learning.

Average: 4 (1 vote)

About
Todd Rose, says, “There is no such thing as an average learner”. As a special education coach and a G/T coach, collaboration around students with “jagged profiles” is a top priority. The principles of UDL are especially important in designing instruction to engage and ensure success for ALL students on the edges. As we have learned about the power of Universal Design for Learning, we have grown to see that what’s good for one may be good for many.

This session will show you how using a model of professional development, support within the PLC, and on-going collaboration with teachers impacted student achievement during the implementation phases of Universal Design for Learning.

Participants will leave with our UDL implementation template, information and links to engagement strategies employed during our session, as well as links to videos, photos, and activities which support representation and action and expression.

Session Video Recording
Slide Deck
Handout
Interactive Notes Document

Authors/Creators
Shannon Schultz
Terese Weiler

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Implementation
Professional Development

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April 14, 2021

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The Patterson Pillars

The Vision of Inclusion: Leading the UDL Journey

This resource presents tools and strategies used by two school Principals to transform a vision of inclusion into a school wide mindset and practice.

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This resource presents tools and strategies used by two school Principals to transform a vision of inclusion into a school wide mindset and practice. An Elementary School Principal will share his approach to UDL implementation from the perspective of the development of expert teachers. An Early Learning Center Principal will share his approach to UDL implementation from the perspective of development of expert learners. Capacity to embark upon these UDL implementation journeys has been built in collaboration with the Region 4 Education Service Center (Region 4, Texas) and with district wide universal systems.

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Beth Goodrich, Juan Gonzalez, Gerardo Leal, Kirsten Omelan

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February 4, 2019

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