Universal Design for Learning in Action: 100 Ways to Teach All Learners by Whitney Rapp Ph.D

Universal Design for Learning in Action: 100 Ways to Teach All Learners

Book Title: Universal Design for Learning in Action: 100 Ways to Teach All Learners

Publisher: Brookes Publishing

ISBN: 159857390X

Author: Whitney Rapp Ph.D


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Need creative ideas for moving UDL from theory to practice? Get this must-have quick guide, ready for any teacher to pick up and start using now. Whitney Rapp, co-author of the acclaimed Teaching Everyone, walks you step by step through 100 UDL strategies that strengthen student engagement, learning, and assessment. Based on the latest research (but still practical and fun!), these highly effective ideas will help you address diverse learning needs and increase all students' access to the general curriculum. Essential for every educator who wants to know what UDL really looks like, sounds like, and feels like—and how to use this proven approach to teach and reach all learners.


100 UDL STRATEGIES FOR:
  • Classroom space and materials: The best uses of seating, lighting, bulletin boards, and more
  • Classroom management: From smoother schedules and meetings to effective transition areas
  • Technologies: Fresh ways to use blogs, videoconferencing, e-books, and more
  • Content instruction: Teach academic content with tools like music, drawing, mnemonics, and humor
  • Social interaction: Creative games and small-group activities that sharpen all kids’ social skills
  • Executive functions: Great ideas for templates, rubrics, graphic organizers, timers, and web-based materials
  • Transition to adulthood: Prepare students for the real world with charts, goal plans, and more
  • Assessment: New ways kids can show what they know—from adapted tests to family projects

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