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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the Florida State Standards (FSS)

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Year:
2016
Pages:
6
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9781938539114
Item Code:
FUDL
Price: $12.95
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This six-page, quick-reference laminated guide is a convenient tool for teachers charged with implementing the Florida State Standards (FSS). It explains how and why to use Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to ensure students with diverse backgrounds and learning needs can succeed.

The guide provides an overview of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), along with strategies for providing multiple means of representation, multiple means of expression, and and multiple means of engagement. It also describes specific UDL best practices that enhance implementation of the Language Arts Standards (LAFS) and Mathematics Standards (MAFS). Other features include a UDL lesson planning framework and a review of approaches— such as differentiated instruction, brain-compatible learning, multi-tiered system of supports, cooperative learning and project-based learning— that support UDL in the classroom.

 

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