|#1||Explore - GO: Ask, Act, Achieve!|
Giving students the choice of tools they can use to publish and present their projects is a good way to plan for UDL, offering choices for all types of learners. Explore the Achieve section of GO: Ask, Act, Achieve! for a number of tools for presenting and publishing projects. Will using some of these tools help your students personalize their projects?
|#2||Explore - Differentiated Instruction and UDL in Explora for Educators|
Explore Explora for Educators, INFOhio's collection of professional journals from EBSCO. First look at the curated resources on Differentiated Instruction, found in a splash screen at the top of the page. Note: To get to the Differentiated Instruction area, you may have to move through the curated collections on the splash screen by using the right or left arrow.
Then do a search for UDL or Universal Design for Learning. Narrow your search to magazines using the limiters on the left and you will find some very helpful current articles for teachers.
|#3||Extend the Learning|
Think about how you will adapt content for your students. Will the differentiation tools in the INFOhio resources help you personalize your instruction?
Extend the learning with these tools:
- Create a lesson using INFOhio in a differentiated class setting. Explore INFOhio's differentiation tools lesson (PDF).
- Explore INFOhio's Differentiation Board in Pinterest for resources.
- Explore the Adaptive Learning curated collection of articles from Explora for Educators. It is linked from one of the splash screens. This collection of professional journal articles covers personalized education and adaptive technologies. Do any of the articles give you ideas on personalizing your classroom and curriculum for your students?
- Watch the recording of the Discover Your Differentiation Superpower with INFOhio Resources webinar.