qClearly written and well organized, this book shows how to apply the principles of universal design for learning (UDL) across all subject areas and grade levels. The editors and contributors describe practical ways to develop classroom goals, assessments, materials, and methods that use UDL to meet the needs of all learners. Specific teaching ideas are presented for reading, writing, science, mathematics, history, and the arts, including detailed examples and troubleshooting tips. Particular attention is given to how UDL can inform effective, innovative uses of technology in the inclusive classroom. Subject Areas/Keywords: assessments, classrooms, content areas, curriculum design, digital media, educational technology, elementary, inclusion, instruction, learning disabilities, literacy, schools, secondary, special education, supports, teaching methods, UDL, universal design Audience: General and special educators in grades K-8, literacy specialists, school psychologists, administrators, teacher educators, and graduate studentsq--Each fall, she has her seventh-grade students do the aExemplary Human Being Project, a an inquiry-based research project. ... What are some examples of exemplary persons the group can think of? ... Each student produces a finished product for the project consisting of a persuasive essay and a visual presentation.
|Title||:||Universal Design for Learning in the Classroom|
|Author||:||Tracey E. Hall, Anne Meyer, David H. Rose|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Press - 2012|