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Online Presentations

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Notes from the online meetings, presentations, wikis, and webcasts will be posted here. 

 

Year 2 (2008-2009) Presentations:

 

David Rose webcast Reaching Every Student in the Digital Age (October 08 LATA Conference)

 

Paul Hamilton wiki Multimedia and Digital Story-telling

 

Maureen LaFleche UDL-designed Resources wiki for To Kill a Mockingbird

 

Anita Strang and Mallory Burton video interview Impact of UDL at Birchland Elementary

 

 

 

Year 3 (2009-2010) Presentations:

 

 

Sep-Nov 2009  BC UDL Fall Training

In the fall of 2009, the project leader visited each of the 7 school-based UDL teams to provide two days of Onsite UDL Training.  A description of the two days and links to all of the training resources are provided here. 

 

Photo of David Livingstone School

 

Oct 29, 2009 Firefox

New 2013:  Paul now endorses Google Chrome and blogs extensively about its many useful features in his Free Resources from the Net.

Paul Hamilton presented Why Firefox is a Better Browser for UDL, featuring ClickSpeak, Answers.com, and Awesome Highlighter.  He also showed how easy it is to install both the TidyRead and Readability applications which can be used to reduce clutter on web pages.  Paul mentioned Ira Socol's Toolbelt Theory and the importance of helping students to choose and assemble a collection of tools that work for them.  In the onsite training we have been looking at a Technology Toolbelt for Teachers involved in the UDL project.

 
 

December 3, 2009

Team leaders met online to preview the

Jan-Feb 2010 Proposed Agenda for Online Meetings

These are now all listed below in greater detail.

 

Flickr CC photo from Tim in Sidney.

 

December 10, 2009

Navigating and Sharing on the Wiki.

 

 Jan 7, 2010

BCUDL LOR:  The BC UDL LOR houses shared UDL lessons created by team members.  This session covered lessons, downloading, passwords, lesson template, uploading lessons 

 

Jan 14, 2010

Designing Lessons Using SMARTBoard's Notebook Software; Lesson Activity Toolkit, Title and Lesson Pages, Graphics, Tools, Activities and Games.

 

Jan 21, 2010

UDL principle Providing Multiple Examples

 

 

Jan 28, 2010

Creative Commons and Public Domain, and  Working with Clip Art and Images

 

Feb 4, 2010

Working with Music and Sounds, Working with Video

 

 

Feb 11, 2010

UDL principle Highlighting Critical Features

 

 

Feb 18, 2010

UDL principle Using Multiple Media

 

Feb 25, 2010

UDL principle Supporting Background Knowledge

 

Lyell Island Longhouse Flickr CC photo by sataylor

 

March 4, 2010

A UDL Lesson Makeover; discussion of lessons in progress

 

March 8-12 Spring Break

 

Spring Blossoms Flickr CC photo by Noel Zia Lee

 

March 18

 Removing Curriculum Barriers:  Scaffolding Access to Printed Text.

New (August 2010):  I have rewritten this page, organizing most of the same information by considering The Expanded UDL Guidelines and Reading Printed Text.

 

 

March 25, 2010

Cancelled

  April 1, 2010  Paul Hamilton presented on Digital Storytelling.
 

April 8, 2010 

 

UDL principle Provide Flexible Models of Skilled Performance

 
   

April 15, 2010

 

Julie Krall will present on Vocabulary Strategies

 
 

April 22, 2010 

UDL principle Provide Opportunities to Practice with Supports

 

Abacus Flickr CC photo by ansik

 

April 29, 2010 

UDL principle Provide Ongoing Relevant Feedback

 

May 6, 2010 

Removing Curriculum Barriers: Scaffolding Student Writing 

  May 13 

UDL principle Offer Flexible Opportunities for Demonstrating Skill

UDL principle Offer Choices of Content and Tools

 

May 20  

Maureen LaFleche will present on designing UDL units for novel study:  Holes and To Kill a Mockingbird.  Rae Thompson will present on the THIEVES strategy for previewing text.

 

 May 27

UDL principle Offer Adjustable Levels of Challenge

 

June 3 

UDL principle Offer a Choice of Rewards

Discussion:  how UDL supports motivation.

 

 

June 10

UDL principle Offer a Choice of Learning Context

 

June 14

F2F meeting in Vancouver 

 

 

 

 

 

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