Lesson Planning with Universal Design for Learning
This article on Understood's website offers insight into planning and designing a lesson using the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework.
This article on Understood's website offers insight into planning and designing a lesson using the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework. A step-by-step process for planning and designing a lesson to teach a range of students is provided. In addition, questions for reflection, how this might show up in the classroom, and examples for implementation are provided along with the lesson plan template.
How does it relate to the UDL-SICC?
This informational video supports the Teaching and Learning Domain, Element 1 (D2, E1), which focuses on educators being intentional about designing learning experiences that address learner variability reducing barriers to learning.
How might you use it?
- Provide professional development to educators on the process discussed and using the lesson plan template to support the use of UDL
- Consider adopting this lesson plan for all staff to use when planning and designing instruction to support UDL implementation
- Ensure template is available, understood, and reinforced throughout the lesson to plan instruction to support UDL
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May 30, 2023