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Universal Design for Learning (UDL): Video Design

Many students do not want to self-identify as disabled. If you design your course from the start with learning differentiation in mind, everyone does better, and special accommodation needs can disappear

DISCUSS your video so you can discuss your video

D  Define - what you want your students to take away from your lesson.
I  Investigate - reusable open access resources already made. (Ask a Librarian!)
S  Set goals - start with the end in mind.
C  Chunk - break the topic down into chunks.
U  UDL- use creative repetition -ways to see, hear, and experience or practice
S  Scaffold: Structure video logically, supply agenda or outline.
S  Student reflection - this is where the learning happens. Have students discuss usefulness of lesson content & how to improve lesson.

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