Keynote Presentation: Raising the Achievement Bar with Universal Design for Learning

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6 Responses to Keynote Presentation: Raising the Achievement Bar with Universal Design for Learning

  1. Selena Wilson says:

    Hi Joy! Thanks for the fabulous keynote this morning! Inspiring! Is there any chance you could email me a copy of Justin’s song? Or even just the words!

    Many thanks

    Selena

    • jay says:

      Hi Selena,

      Unfortunately Justin’s song cannot be downloaded but you can stream it via the link now above and download the lyrics.

      Cheers,
      Jay

  2. Rita Mactaggart says:

    I would love to share Justin’s song with my staff also. Joy did say that she would send me the whole thing with words and music if I sent my email address to her email. Could somebody enlighten me as to her email address. Thanks heaps in anticipation.

  3. Alice Cocis says:

    http://www.udlcenter.org shows research & see it in action
    universal: for all, even mainstream
    design: you can modify it appropriately to work for each individual student, and also think about how can I fade the supports over time.
    learning: models and mentors, graduated scaffolding (usually provide too much support in special Ed, and don’t think about fading support, same as teaching a baby to walk, letting go is important), progress monitoring (all the way a long & modify as you go)
    3 principles: multiple mean of representation, expression and engagement
    4 interrelated components: goals (firm goals, flexible means: clearly identified & separate means), instruction, materials & assessment (no order & include all multiples in each component)
    are we all about teaching for ax. or for learning
    GPS approach to UDL: – there is no just one way, and we all don’t start from the same place, we need to provide a detour button or diffent learning journeys for our students (eg. writing a essay on Greek methodology vs demonstrate knowledge of Greek methodology using flexible means eg. talk about it, pod cast etc.)
    AT & UDL work together & are connected
    responsive intervention vs response TO intervention
    aim.cast.org read students story eg. Justin’s story
    UDL-irn.org (research), http://www.advocacyinstitute.org/UDL/legislative.shtml (policy), http://www.cast.org (UDL centre)

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