EDU 620 3

This assignment provides the opportunity for you to apply the principles of universal design for learning (UDL) in the design of instruction and assessment. Recall that UDL provides access to the curriculum for students with a wide variety of abilities and background. Therefore, UDL aligns with inclusionary practices found in today’s schools. Furthermore, assistive technology supports the UDL framework to provide a means of learning for students with disabilities. To prepare for this assignment, review the CAST (2010) video, UDL at a glance  and review the Explore model UDL lesson plans (2011) web page, both of which are listed in the Week Three Required Resources. Be sure to also review the Week Three Instructor Guidance page for additional intellectual elaboration on UDL and assistance with this assignment.

Begin preparing for this assignment by selecting a specific model lesson from the Explore Model UDL Lesson Plans (2011) page of the CAST.org website. Analyze the lesson for the points described in the Content Instructions included with this assignment, below. Click on the “UDL Connections” buttons located at various points in the lesson to analyze how UDL principles have been integrated. Next, create your assignment to meet the content and written communication instructions below. Use the Grading Rubric to review your assignment before submission to ensure you have met the distinguished performance for each of the components described below. For additional assistance with this assignment, review the Week Three Instructor Guidance page and, if needed, contact the instructor for further clarifications using the “Ask Your Instructor” discussion forum.

Content Instructions

  1. Lesson Description (1 point): Include the title of the model lesson, the subject, and grade levels, and a one-paragraph introduction of the lesson. 
  1. Principle 1 (1 point): In one to three paragraphs, describe ways that multiple means of representation are included in the model lesson.
  1. Principle 2 (1 point): In one-to-three paragraphs, describe ways that multiple means of action and expression are included in the model lesson. 
  1. Principle 3 (1 point): In one to three paragraphs, describe ways that multiple means of engagement are included in the model lesson.
  1. Reflection (2 points): Close your essay with a personal reflection that addresses the following four areas:
    • A description of at least two concepts or strategies from the lesson that serve as a means to motivate learners 
    • A description of how, overall, the lesson models differentiated instruction 
    • A discussion of how your understanding of and appreciation for instructional planning has changed as a result of your analysis, 
    • At least one specific concept or strategy from the lesson that you would consider applying to your own practice and the potential impact it may have on the population you serve. 


Written Communication Instructions

  1. Length Requirement (0.5 point): Four to seven pages including the title and references pages. 
  1. Syntax and Mechanics (0.5 point): Display meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar.
  1. Source Requirement (0.5 point): Utilize at least two sources in addition the model lesson plan and the Edyburn (2013) textbook. All sources on the references page need to be used and cited correctly within the body of the assignment.
  1. APA Formatting (0.5 points): Use APA formatting consistently throughout the assignment. Refer to the Ashford University Writing Center for assistance with APA style and formatting or your copy of the APA Style Manual.

Center for Applied Special Technology. (2007). Principles of universal design. Retrieved from http://www.cast.org/library/UDLguidelines/ 

CAST (2011). Universal Design for Learning Guidelines version 2.0. Wakefield, MA: Author. Retrieved from http://udlonline.cast.org/page/module1/l134/   

CAST. (n.d.). UDL online modules: Module 1: Introduction. Retrieved from http://udlonline.cast.org/page/module1/l134/ 

Explore model UDL lesson plans. (2011) Retrieved from http://lessonbuilder.cast.org/explore.php 

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