UDL in 15 Minutes

By Loui Lord Nelson

UDL in 15 Minutes: Where educators share their implementation of Universal Design for Learning with host Loui Lord Nelson.

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    65: An AP Art History course designed using UDL, held in a community-based museum, and accessible to all learners. Mic drop.
    17:30
  2. 2.
    64: How Callie improved her art and design instruction through the use of UDL
    13:16
  3. 3.
    63: Emily Art on instructing on UDL while implementing UDL
    19:08
  4. 4.
    62: Alaa Zaza from Syria shares how UDL contributes to hope during the current Syrian tragedy
    18:10
  5. 5.
    61: Kavita Rao talks about the UDL Reporting Criteria Tool
    16:39
  6. 6.
    60: Andretesha Fitzgerald, authentic letter writing, and empowerment
    17:50
  7. 7.
    59:How Lizzie Fortin's coaching focuses on radical love using UDL
    16:47
  8. 8.
    58: Open Education Resources and UDL: Carolee talks about the connections and offers resources
    14:48
  1. 9.
    57: Jess Lombardi and student led conferences
    13:10
  2. 10.
    56: Stephanie's growth with UDL over the years and across positions
    15:55
  3. 11.
    55: Ending the power struggle dynamics with her 6th graders
    14:38
  4. 12.
    54: Using UDL and backwards planning to create an inclusive and culturally sustaining environment
    14:45
  5. 13.
    53: This high school Visual Communications Design teacher shares how UDL has added new dimensions to her teaching
    14:14
  6. 14.
    52: Introducing UDL to general educators and how UDL influenced the use of visual and verbal gestures to support distance learning
    19:36
  7. 15.
    51: UDL and Shark Tank: Teaching Ethos, Pathos, and Logos
    15:25
  8. 16.
    50: How to interest high school freshman in research using UDL and hyper docs
    16:23
  9. 17.
    Announcing a NEW Podcast: UDL Research in 15 Minutes
    1:45
  10. 18.
    48: High School Career Center math + UDL: When personal reflection leads to learning avenues
    15:55
  11. 19.
    47: Using practice profiles to build consensus and fidelity: Cherie Smith shares an example.
    16:00
  12. 20.
    46: 2020 Discussion Guide
    1:29
  13. 21.
    45: A New Zealand High School English teacher shares how UDL prepared her for emergency online teaching and what she’ll bring back into her classroom
    14:30
  14. 22.
    44: Face-to-face or online: How a district’s technology department supports teachers use of UDL in all environments
    17:15
  15. 23.
    43: Getting started and keeping it up: How teachers in this Dublin, Ireland secondary school are using UDL to influence their teaching during emergency distance learning
    15:00
  16. 24.
    42: Lizzie Davis: Using the UDL framework to identify barriers to plan for distance learning and to return to brick and mortar
    15:47
  17. 25.
    41: Finding what you need
    1:57
  18. 26.
    40: Megan Gross and Lisa Yamasaki, special educators from California, share resources and tips for educating students with disabilities during this time of stay-at-home.
    14:21
  19. 27.
    39: He’s an experienced online educator who also teaches face-to-face. Here’s how Dan is negotiating his shift from brick and mortar to online through the use of UDL.
    15:20
  20. 28.
    38: When instruction becomes enrichment: How Robin will use UDL to guide her online design
    14:20
  21. 29.
    37: High school English teacher Kelley Culp shares how she got started using UDL to design her online learning environment
    15:43
  22. 30.
    36: This alternative high school principal shares how she connects artistic expression as a learning tool and UDL
    16:25
  23. 31.
    35: When grading mirrors growth mindset: High School teacher Ian Wilkins tells his story.
    14:05
  24. 32.
    34: Applying UDL to a new science curriculum: Christina, is seeing wonderful results.
    16:02
  25. 33.
    33: Laura's intermediate school students share their learning preferences and she listens
    16:35
  26. 34.
    32: High school students need to be taught executive function skills, too
    14:46
  27. 35.
    31: Using UDL to teach digital literacy and to create personalized learning
    14:34
  28. 36.
    30: Celebrating 1 year!
    2:20
  29. 37.
    29: A primary school in Wainuiomata, New Zealand is making small changes that lead to big outcomes
    16:10
  30. 38.
    28: Being a positive influence: When you know about UDL and others don’t
    16:46
  31. 39.
    27: How the UDL lens changed a teacher training program
    17:05
  32. 40.
    26: Mentorship, friendship, and UDL: A beautiful trio
    15:29
  33. 41.
    25: Supporting agency in learning: Letting 3rd and 4th graders take more control
    13:01
  34. 42.
    24: All of the Blogs in One Place: An Easy-to-Read Table
    1:53
  35. 43.
    23: Choice leading to greater control: Carrie describes this win-win for her high school seniors.
    14:52
  36. 44.
    22: UDL, co-teaching, and mindset: Karen and Jordan share their combination for success
    14:19
  37. 45.
    21: Choice AND fidelity? Small shifts lead to big outcomes for these 7th graders
    13:30
  38. 46.
    20: A visual organizer for your July listening
    1:20
  39. 47.
    19: An inclusive 7th grade ELA classroom produces expert learners. Rebecca shares how.
    15:36
  40. 48.
    18: Justin ensures his pre-service teachers learn about UDL, examine using UDL, and experience UDL as learners.
    14:58
  41. 49.
    17: After 27 years, a focus on self-regulation within UDL has rocked her teaching!
    13:29
  42. 50.
    16: Camille shares why and how fourth grade teachers changed how they assess their ELA learners.
    13:44

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