Universal Design for Learning represents a framework that can impact every part of the school. We read research looking at how UDL can contribute to more effective MTSS Tier 1 interventions… if teachers have an accurate understanding of UDL.
Later, we look at an eye-tracking study to examine how students process feedback differently. The authors discuss “feedback literacy” and we brainstorm how we could help students become more feedback literate in our classrooms.
- First Segment – 02:03 – Universal Design for Learning & Multitiered System of Supports
- Second Segment – 25:18 – Differences in Student Feedback Processing
- Thomas, E. R., Lembke, E. S., & Gandhi, A. G. (2023). Universal Design for Learning within an Integrated Multitiered System of Support. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice. https://doi.org/10.1111/ldrp.12302
- Bouwer, R., & Dirkx, K. (2023). The eye-mind of processing written feedback: Unraveling how students read and use feedback for revision. Learning and Instruction, 85, 101745. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.learninstruc.2023.101745
- 033 Jennifer Shares Universal Design (Two Pint PLC)
- 059 Studying UDL & Science Discourse (Two Pint PLC)
- 035 Laurence Balances Data & Judgement (Two Pint PLC)
- The Racial Pandemic: Positive Behavior Intervention Support as an Asymptomatic Carrier of Racism (Calais, 2022)
- The Relationship Between Special Education Placement and High School Outcomes (Cole, 2022)
We drink Ginger Snap, a Fresh Batch series pastry stout from Toppling Goliath Brewing Co. in Decorah, IA.