UDL in 15 Minutes
By Loui Lord Nelson
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UDL in 15 Minutes. Where educators share their implementation of Universal Design for Learning with host Loui Lord Nelson.
||Clean10: Environment design and goal achievement in Jana Nicol's 3rd grade classroom||Jana Nicol, a 3rd grade teacher at Island View School in St. John, New Brunswick Canada and the website author of www.theudlproject.com shares how she began her UDL journey with the design of her environment and how she supports her students to understa||2/13/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean9: Three things that excite Ben Kelly: UDL, action research, and Minecraft||Ben Kelly, a grade 6-12 STEM teacher at Caledonia Regional High School in the Anglophone East School District, New Brunswick, Canada shares what he and his team of teacher-researchers learned about UDL when they conducted an action research study which||1/30/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean8: How social justice drives Dakota’s UDL implementation||Dakota Hudelson, a 7th grade writing and literacy lab teacher at Northside Middle School in Columbus, Indiana, shares several stories of how UDL has impacted his teaching and how he sees UDL as a framework that upholds social justice by establishing a w||1/16/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean7: A discussion guide for UDL in 15 Minutes||This one-minute announcement shares where you can find a discussion guide for past and future UDL in 15 Minutes episodes. We will return to the regular format on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. Happy New Year!||1/2/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean6: How Liz Hartmann uses UDL to teach about UDL at Harvard||Liz Hartmann, a former K-12 teacher specializing in Deaf-blindness and intellectual disabilities, now teaches about UDL at Lasell College and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Hear how her graduate students learned how to take more risks in thei||12/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean5: How Rachel Barillari got her 8th graders hooked on poetry||Rachel Barillari, an 8th grade humanities teacher from Baltimore, Maryland, shares how UDL shaped her poetry unit, how she was able to engage 100% of her wonderfully diverse class, and how every student authored, visually represented, and performed thei||12/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean4: How UDL shifted Laura Taylor’s teaching after 26 years||Laura Taylor has taught kindergarten for 26 years in the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District in Massachusetts. When she first learned about UDL, she was skeptical that it was anything different than good teaching. Once she dug in, though, she real||11/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean3: Jessie Sherman talks about UDL, arts integration, and project-based learning||Jessie Sherman is a 2nd grade teacher at City Neighbors Charter School in Baltimore, MD. Project-based learning and arts integration are integral to the school's design. Through the use of the UDL framework, Jessie was able to make a project about repti||11/7/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2: Shelbi Fortner and her UDL ah-ha||Shelbi Fortner from Frankfort High School in Frankfort, Indiana talks about the downside of humidity, her revelation about Universal Design for Learning, and how she used the UDL framework to redesign her honors biology assessment.||10/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanKim Babeu: UDL, choice, and assessments||For this episode, I interview Kim Babeu from Toltecalli High School in Tucson, Arizona about the changes she's made to her high school anatomy instruction and assessments. This teacher of 38 years and Teacher of the Year in 2005 shares how UDL has trans||10/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntroduction to UDL in 15 Minutes||This 1:42 recording is a brief introduction to the UDL in 15 Minutes podcast series. It explains how UDL influences the design of this podcast and accompanying products and reminds listeners to have their UDL Guidelines on hand while listening to the po||10/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
So grateful for Loui’s voice and her desire to amplify the voices of others leading the way in UDL. Thanks for providing another option for helping us stay inspired and share more about how to reach all learners.
If only it were longer...
Loui does a great job of interviewing UDL experts and connecting their experiences to the larger UDL framework. This podcast is a wonderful resource for those that are looking for fresh ideas on how to design classroom lessons that reach all learners.
Great podcast for educators
This is a great podcast for anyone educating K-12 or post secondary. Discussion is practical and applicable for all. Looking forward to future episodes!