UDL and The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture

User Generated Education

In response to all of the attention given to the flipped classroom, I proposed The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture and The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture for Higher Education in which the viewing of videos (often discussed on the primary focus of the flipped classroom) becomes a part of a larger cycle of learning based on an experiential cycle of learning.

Universal Design for Learning has also been in the news lately as a new report Universal Design for Learning (UDL): Initiatives on the Move was released by the National Center on UDL, May, 2012. This post describes the principles of Universal Design for Learning and how they naturally occur when a full cycle of learning, including ideas related to the flipped classroom, are used within the instructional process.

Universal Design for Learning

The UDL framework:

  • includes three principles calling for educators to provide multiple means of engagement…

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Cartography ePortfolios

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http://tinyurl.com/pbmtngg

Feedback appreciated!

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Pre-lab Assignment for Gas Chromatography in Chemistry 328

A pre-lab for Chemistry 328 on Gas Chromatography. My goal by introducing pre-labs this semester was to flip a portion of the lab lecture to allow more time for actual lab work.

https://drive.google.com/a/humboldt.edu/file/d/0B6BroG_WSEw3OEphUkJ3MUxNRWc/view?usp=sharing

My first attempt at making a video using Vittle for iPad.

https://drive.google.com/a/humboldt.edu/file/d/0B6BroG_WSEw3WHY0N283RHdJT00/view?usp=sharing

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LESSON PLAN–Student ePortfolio workshops

http://tinyurl.com/LessonPlan-ePortfolio

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Student ePortfolio workshops

Here is the tiny URL if you are logged into your HSU account:

http://tinyurl.com/LSEEeportfolio

 Background objective:

As part of LSEE courses and fieldwork, the on-going development of a personal teaching ePortfolio offers students the opportunity to showcase accomplishments and growth as a beginning teacher.  Each semester students have the opportunity to add to an ePortfolio and reflect on items included in the ePortfolio.  The following outline provides a list of files where possible items can be archived for the ePortfolio.  A personal teaching ePortfolio should be developed in consultation with instructors, and when time allows with cooperating teachers in fieldwork placements.

Instructions for students:

* log into HSU Gmail account; then Google Drive; then Shared with me

* choose folder LSEE ePortfolio

(Critical components—

Naming conventions;

Dates;

Organization of archived materials

Content

Creativity

 –and other areas you find important.)

* create folder:

  1. Title Page for ________ ________

(include in this folder all your title pages each semester in chronological order)

* create document:

Title Page for ________ ________ yyyy-mm-dd

(Include in this Title Page document your name, major, semester, table of contents, and links)

* create folder:

  1. Introduction for ________ ________

(include in this folder all your introduction pages each semester in chronological order)

* create document:

Introduction for ________ ________ yyyy-mm-dd

(Include in this document your overview of the semester and how you have grown as a teacher)

* create folder:

  1. Personal Identity as a Teacher for ________ ________

(include in this folder the following sub-folders)

* create folders:

c1. Letters of Introduction from ________ ________

(include appropriate files in these folders)

c2. Resumes of ________ ________

c3. Teaching Philosophy of ________ ________

c4. Presentations by ________ ________

* create reflection document for each presentation file:

Presentation by ________ ________ yyyy-mm-dd

Presentation by ________ ________ yyyy-mm-dd Reflection

* create folders:

d1. 2014-02-01 to 2014-05-01 ________ Elementary School for ________ ________

(include evaluation, pictures, Moodle Posts and other files in these folders)

* create file for:

Personal Reflection Statement about your elementary student(s)

Tutoring/Participation/Observation Logs

Notes & Posts regarding fieldwork

Performance Evaluations

d2. 2014-09-01 to 2014-12-01 ________ Elementary School for ________ ________

* create file for:

Personal Reflection Statement about your elementary student(s)

Tutoring/Participation/Observation Logs

Notes & Posts regarding fieldwork

Performance Evaluations

D3. 2015-02-02 to 2015-05-08 ________ Elementary School for ________ ________

* create file for:

Personal Reflection Statement about your elementary student(s)

Tutoring/Participation/Observation Logs

Notes & Posts regarding fieldwork

Performance Evaluations

* create folders:

  1. Subject Matter Competency of ________ ________

(include in this folder the following sub-folders)

* create folders:

e1. English for ________ ________

e2. Math for ________ ________

e3. Social Studies for ________ ________

e4. Science for ________ ________

e5. Arts for ________ ________

e6. Health and Physical Education for ________ ________

e7. continue with other sections e.g. technology, diversity, CCSS

(include appropriate files in these folders and create a reflection document for each item)

* create reflection document for each file or item:

Archive of ________ by ________ ________ yyyy-mm-dd

Archive of ________ by ________ ________ yyyy-mm-dd Reflection

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Assignment DNA Metabolism Replication, Repair and Recombination

Pre-activity

https://drive.google.com/a/humboldt.edu/file/d/0B1QHJdZyVGg-aWx0VnBGMktUT2M/view?usp=sharing

Activity

https://drive.google.com/a/humboldt.edu/file/d/0B1QHJdZyVGg-MFlvVWY5NE9WVFE/view?usp=sharing

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Citations & Plagiarism Workshop

This is a lesson plan that I will use in the future. The various components and technologies can be used in other workshops as well. I have used Slides.com presentations many times and because it is live on the web, I have seen students follow along on their own computers. I haven’t yet used Padlet or Poll Everywhere but see many different uses- such as using Padlet for brainstorming research topics. I used the Page Marker Chrome add-on in a workshop a few weeks ago, and drawing on a computer takes some skill that I still have yet to hone. But it is useful to be able to annotate webpages with that add-on or with the Diigo annotation tool to emphasize portions of a site and draw students’ attention to links and other features.

Lesson Plan (all links are the same document):

Google Doc Web View

Google Doc

HTML Presentation View

-Tim

[Edited because I realized I used a weird Google Doc web view link earlier- I added a normal Google Doc link and added the link to the site I will present with)

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