Date
21 April 2019

Teach, evaluate, and revise against the UDL guidelines

Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘How to plan using UDL’

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Teach, evaluate, revise

Teach, evaluate, revise

The process of applying UDL is iterative and cyclical.

Reflect on how the design supported learner variability and minimised barriers for learners.

Approaches to reflection

Approaches to reflection

Engage in reflection processes that suit your context.

  • Invite a colleague to observe you and meet to discuss.
  • At the beginning of the lesson, let students know what you are working on and ask for their feedback at the end.
  • Video yourself.
  • Take photos during the lesson to prompt reflection later.
  • Following teaching discuss the lesson with a colleague or mentor.
  • Write a reflective blog post.
  • Jot down thought or a quick sketch in a UDL-focussed journal or notebook - what am I learning/notes from the field.
  • Establish a small UDL support group and reflective on practice together.

Reflection questions

Reflection questions

Following teaching, a reflective teacher considers the effectiveness of the lesson design.

  • How effective was the design in minimising or removing the identified barriers to learning?
  • Were students successful in achieving the learning goal? What contributed to this?
  • What would I do differently and why (aligning this reflection to the UDL guidelines)?

Useful resources

Useful resources

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UDL reflection questions 1 pager

Publisher: CORE Education

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Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “How to plan using UDL”:

Return to the guide “Universal Design for Learning”

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