Instructional Strategies to Address the Diverse Needs of All Students - Dublin
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Nowadays educators in every school support students with diverse learning needs. It can be challenging to craft learning opportunities that meet the needs of such a wide variety of learners. Towards this direction, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) aims to ensure all students have full access to the educational environment, regardless of their needs and abilities. In terms of instructional design, Differentiation is a strategy that addresses each student’s individual levels of readiness, interest, and learning profiles.
The course has been tailored for teachers who seek to learn more about the approach of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the strategy of Differentiation in order to design an accessible educational framework that addresses the diverse needs of all students (e.g. students with special needs, migrants) and ensures their educational and social inclusion.
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Course category: Classroom Management
Classroom Management: Do you want your students to be more focused in class? Thanks to the new educational techniques (such as the flipped classroom, project-based learning, remote teaching, collaborative learning, student-centered learning) your students will participate in class with more enthusiasm creating a fruitful and healthier classroom environment. In our Classroom Management courses, you will enhance your ability to include students with special needs and motivate everyone. Furthermore, you will have the chance of learning how to manage a multicultural classroom and prevent possible conflicts.
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I took part in a class on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). We have learned that UDL is a framework, which guides the design of learning experiences to proactively meet the needs of all learners. When you use UDL, you assume that barriers to learning are in the design of the environment, not in the student. UDL is a way of thinking about teaching and learning that helps give all students an equal opportunity to succeed. This approach offers flexibility in the ways students access material, engage with it and show what they know. Our teacher trainer in Dublin has designed the course itself on the basis of this UDL, so we, the participants, had the chance to experience this method from student's perspective. Our course and the academy were both well organised and flexible.
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I experienced a course on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in the Teacher Academy in Dublin. UDL is a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn. Students get the oppotunity to access material in a way that is approriate to their needs and also to show their knowlegde in any way possible. I, as a participant, was able to experience this framework myself. The teacher trainer put all participants into the students' perspectives to work in a UDL way on the UDL framework, guidelines and experieces. Another focus was placed on Social and Emotional Leaning (SEL) to support UDL principles. A lot of SEL excersises brought the participants' group together quickly and led to a deeper undestanding of the method itself. The teacher trainer and all staff from the Teacher Academy in Dublin made a really good job and the experience as pleaseant as possible.
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