What Really Works With Universal Design for Learning

SAGE Publications Inc (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 1. Juli 2019
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 328 Seiten
978-1-5443-3867-5 (ISBN)

Learn how to REALLY improve outcomes for all students

How do we remove learning barriers and provide all students with the opportunity to succeed? Written for both general and special educators from grades Pre-K through 12, What Really Works with Universal Design for Learning is how-to guide for implementing aspects of Universal Design Learning (UDL) to help every student be successful. UDL is the design and delivery of curriculum and instruction to meet the needs of all learners by providing them with choices for what and why they are learning and how they will share what they have learned. Calling on a wide-range of expertise, this resource features

  • An unprecedented breadth of topics, including content areas, pedagogical issues, and other critical topics like executive function, PBIS, and EBD
  • Reproducible research-based, field-tested tools
  • Practical strategies that are low cost, time efficient, and easy to implement
  • Practices for developing shared leadership and for working with families

    • Englisch
    • Thousand Oaks
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    • USA
    • Für Beruf und Forschung
    • Höhe: 178 mm
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    • Breite: 253 mm
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    • Dicke: 23 mm
    • 680 gr
    978-1-5443-3867-5 (9781544338675)
    Wendy W. Murawski, PhD, is the Michael D. Eisner Endowed Chair and Executive Director for the Center for Teaching and Learning at California State University, Northridge (CSUN). She is a tenured Full Professor in the Department of Special Education, a past president of the Teacher Education Division (TED) for the Council for Exceptional Children, a former Teacher Educator of the Year for the state of California, and the recent recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Award for her university. She has authored 10 books, as well as numerous chapters, articles, and handbooks in the areas of co-teaching, collaboration, inclusion, differentiation, and teaching. Wendy owns her own educational consulting company (2 TEACH LLC), loves to travel and speak nationally and internationally, and is a frequently requested keynote speaker. This year, her 14-year old son Kiernan started high school and, as a former HS teacher, this petrifies her. Wendy and her fiance, Donald, are trying to ignore the reality of passing time through travel, house projects, outdoor BBQs and movie nights, and even working out. It's not helping.

    Kathy Lynn Scott, PhD, is the Center Administrative Analyst for the Center for Teaching and Learning at California State University, Northridge. Kathy was trained as an old school darkroom photographer, but she fell in love with all things to do with education. After conducting research on art education and adult education in England and coordinating research on learning disabilities in New Jersey, Kathy jumped from coast to coast, finding a new home with the CTL where she gets to do a little bit of everything related to education. When not acting as the "glue" for the CTL (as Wendy calls her), she's happiest just relaxing at home, learning to cook new dishes, watching Jeopardy!, and shouting out the (not always correct) answers.
    About the Editors
    About the Contributors
    UDL: An Introduction From Pizza Parlor to the World - Katie Novak
    Chapter 1: UDL and Literacy: Providing Options for Language Success - Ruby L. Owiny, Anne Brawand, Janet Josephson
    Chapter 2: UDL and Mathematics: Making Algebra Accessible - Sarah A. Nagro, Jaime True Daley, Cathy R. Gaspard
    Chapter 3: UDL and Social Studies: Applying Project-Based Learning - Philip E. Bernhardt
    Chapter 4: UDL and Science: Integrating STEM - Barbara Serianni, Carolyn Rethwisch
    Chapter 5: UDL and the Performing Arts: Inspiring Creativity - Rebecca M. Ashton, Tamarah M. Ashton
    Chapter 6: UDL and Executive Functioning: Unlocking the Capacity for Learning - Jennifer D. Walker, Victoria Russell
    Chapter 7: UDL and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports: Making Classroom Management Positive - Brittany L. Hott, Kathleen M. Randolph, Amelia Martin
    Chapter 8: UDL and Adaptive Behavior: Addressing Conceptual, Social, and Practical Skills - Caitlyn A. Bukaty, Lauren A. Delisio
    Chapter 9: UDL and Co-Teaching: Establishing the Perfect Union - Wendy W. Murawski, Leila Ansari Ricci
    Chapter 10: UDL and Assistive Technology: Utilizing Technology Beyond Mere Accessibility - Lauren A. Delisio, Caitlyn A. Bukaty
    Chapter 11: UDL and Implementation Fidelity: Providing Consistency Within Flexibility - Kimberly M. Johnson, Kyena E. Cornelius
    Chapter 12: UDL for Advancement: Unblocking the Traffic Jam - Claire E. Hughes
    Chapter 13: UDL and Early Childhood: Giving Young Children Choices Too - Zhen Chai, Ching-I Chen
    Chapter 14: UDL and Students With Emotional/Behavioral Disorders: Promoting Self-Managers - Kimberly M. Johnson, Kyena E. Cornelius
    Chapter 15: UDL and Administrators: Leading the Charge - Amy Kramer
    Chapter 16. UDL and Home School Collaboration: Partnering for Empowerment - Tesha Fritzgerald
    Chapter 17: UDL and Policy: Considering Legal Implications - Jacqueline Rodriguez
    Chapter 18: UDL and Change: Taking Baby Steps to Success - Wendy W. Murawski, Katie Novak
    "What Really Works With Universal Design for Learning deserves a place on every educator's desk. This is your UDL multi-vitamin-insightfully addressing the big questions around content, behavior, and instruction. Whether you're beginning your UDL journey or refining your UDL practices, the usable knowledge and practical strategies will give your implementation instant traction and sustained inspiration." -- Joni Degner, UDL Consultant and Professional Learning Designer, CAST and BCSC (Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation) "Universal Design for Learning is a framework that can be overwhelming to even the most seasoned educators. The actionable practices and ready-to-implement strategies described in this work are just what educators need-and are asking for- to help them amplify their application of it. By highlighting what works in a variety of contexts, the authors and their collaborators have ensured that there are entry points for anyone interested in learning more about UDL implementation." -- Dr. Elizabeth Berquist, Coordinator of Professional Learning, Baltimore County Public Schools, CAST Professional Learning Cadre "This book is beautifully designed and organized. Educators will want to have it next to them as they plan their UDL-influenced lessons and environments. It is full of innovative, realistic, and reliable ideas for any educator, and it exemplifies that UDL is a framework that benefits all content areas, all contexts, and all educators." -- Loui Lord Nelson, Ph.D., President and Lead Educational Consultant, RAISE, Inc.

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