UDL in 15 Minutes. Where educators share their implementation of Universal Design for Learning with host Loui Lord Nelson.
57: Jess Lombardi and student led conferences
Jess Lombardi shares how she empowers her students to understand their own learning needs, track their growth, and lead their own conferences.
56: Stephanie's growth with UDL over the years and across positions
Stephanie Craig shares how she has grown with UDL across her roles as elementary school teacher, UDL coach, researcher, and assistant professor at Marietta College teaching pre-service teachers.
55: Ending the power struggle dynamics with her 6th graders
Blake Beckett, a 6th grade ELA teacher shares how she uses the UDL framework to empower her learners.
54: Using UDL and backwards planning to create an inclusive and culturally sustaining environment
6th Grade World Cultures teacher Carla-Ann Brown shares how she uses backwards planning and UDL to design units that are inclusive as well as culturally sustaining.
53: This high school Visual Communications Design teacher shares how UDL has added new dimensions to her teaching
Daphne Hereford is a high school Visual Communication Design teacher which means students create products using really cool digital tools. UDL helps Daphne focus on what the students need to learn prior to choosing the tools they will use which leads to highly engaging lessons.
52: Introducing UDL to general educators and how UDL influenced the use of visual and verbal gestures to support distance learning
Selena Andrade Gonzalez is a Resource Specialist at a bi-lingual and high need school in Salinas, CA. She shares the strategies she’s used to introduce UDL to general education and how UDL led her to use physical and verbal signs to support her learners during distance learning.