2.3 Activity IRIS For a limited, but understandable overview of UDL watch this s

2.3 Activity IRIS
For a limited, but understandable overview of UDL watch this s

2.3 Activity IRIS
For a limited, but understandable overview of UDL watch this short video explanation: then:
Directions: After viewing the video introduction, complete the module listed below. You should go through the entire STAR module sequence: Challenge, Thoughts, Resources, Assessment, and Wrap Up, then choose the scenarios attached. Keep in mind the common characteristics of students with E/BD when identifying barriers as you respond to the questions and fill in the chart.
Module: Universal Design for Learning: Creating a Learning Environment that Challenges and Engages All Students http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/udl/
SCENERIO:
Choice 1: Mr. Schlotzsky, an eighth-grade self-contained special education teacher, teaches social studies as well as other content areas. Choice 2: Mrs. Vipperman, a second self-contained special education teacher will be teaching a unit on plants. Choice 3: Ms. Hamilton, a tenth-grade self contained special education teacher who teaches science as well as other content areas
Choice 1: Next week, Mr. Schlotzsky, an eighth-grade self-contained special education teacher, will begin a chapter on colonial America. He’ll lecture, write notes on the chalkboard, and give his students handouts. To assess their knowledge, Mr. Schlotzsky will ask his students to research colonial America in greater depth on the Internet and to give a three-to-five-minute oral presentation

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