UDL Principles and Practice: Special Education, English Language Learners, and the Gifted

36 Learners | 36 Completed Lessons | 12 Hours of Learning Time

Learning Activity

Review the video "UDL Principles and Practice: Sped, EL and Gifted" in the Resources session as well as the suggested articles.

For this activity, please briefly respond to the following prompts that represent the three principles of UDL:

  • Name two to three lesson design activities the teacher did to engage the students, represent the material, and allow the students to show what they know through action and expression of their learning? 
  • What did you find that supports what you already are doing in designing a UDL lesson?
  • What did you find that you will consider incorporating as you design lessons with UDL principles in mind?

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