Notify Message
#13417048 Aug 29, 2017 at 06:48 PM
4 Posts
I feel this video Math as a social activity is a real good example of a lesson using UDL. The teacher allows students to make a lot of decisions about how best to have a discussion concerning what makes a good discussion. Students were paired up with other students, or by themselves and were given manipulatives to help in solving a math problem. Not only did they need to solve the problem but then they needed to have a discussion with others explaining how they solved the problem. Students took part in a fishbowl type of activity discussing how they solved a math problem. At the end, they journaled about their experiences.

I hope to be able to develop quests where students have choices on how best it is for them to learn the skill. I hope to provide multiple types of resources for them to learn the skill and many ways to prove they have mastered the skill. I also intend to use journaling as a means to assess their knowledge which can be written, illustrated, or oral presentation.

The video was found at Edutopia.
Have a sunshiny day!
#13485243 Oct 16, 2017 at 11:13 AM
2 Posts
UDL Guidelines in Practice: Grade 6 Science is an example of Good UDL.

This class provides options for expressive skills and fluency; provides engagement; facilitates managing information and resources;