UDL Guidelines in Practice: Grade 5 Language Arts

UDL Guidelines in Practice: Grade 5 Language Arts

This is really an opportunity for us to look at a fifth grade teacher’s English language arts class, and of course we’re going to be looking at this through the UDL lens, so, um, let’s take a few moments and watch, see what happens. So, we talked a little bit about rhyme scheme, and we

Mastering Self-Assessment: Deepening Independent Learning Through the Arts

Mastering Self-Assessment: Deepening Independent Learning Through the Arts

>>Karina: I’m going to ask a few of you to share personal self evaluation of your technique in the craft.>>Lilia: In general, I’d like to have greater contrasts, clearer lines, darker lines.>>Cristina: Our role as teachers in the arts is to help the students move from dependent learners to independent learners. And that very naturally

Arts Integration for Deeper Learning in Middle School

>>John: We’ve got to find a way to reach all kids, every kid no matter what. And the arts do that. They give us ways to engage kids, to get them involved, to have them be part of what we want them to be a part of, which is learning the curriculum.>>Diane: I got here

How you can be good at math, and other surprising facts about learning | Jo Boaler | TEDxStanford

Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Leonardo Silva Hello. So I’m here to tell you that what you have believed about your own potential has changed what you have learned, and continues to do that, continues to change your learning, and your experiences. So, how many people here — let’s get a show of hands — have

How An Art Girl Confesses (Animation)

– Squid up? – No, Squid Neutral! -[Daidus] Alright. Art College. Beginning of Senior Year inside my favourite class to fall asleep in, Creative Writing. I have one of those super-duper – Wooper- chill teachers, you know, just an overall very nice dude. And there are probably only about like, eight people in the whole

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Art as Text: Bridging Literacy and the Arts

Art as Text: Bridging Literacy and the Arts

>>Courtney: A text can sometimes be very intimidating, especially for a struggling reader, an English language learner. Art is a universal language. Every child can read a piece of art. They’re able to give an opinion, they’re able to find evidence in that work because they can read the visual. It’s a place where every

Performing Arts Studio for boys with autism at Swalcliffe Park School by TG Escapes

Performing Arts Studio for boys with autism at Swalcliffe Park School by TG Escapes

Swalcliffe Park is a day in residential school for boys with autism. We take boys from across the UK and currently from about 20 different local authorities at Swalcliffe we focus on helping the boys to develop in four main areas achievement self-management independence and communication and we’ve got some beautiful buildings here and lots

PBL and Arts: Empowering Students to Craft Beautiful Work

PBL and Arts: Empowering Students to Craft Beautiful Work

>>Ahmet: Project-based learning at School 21 is put right at the heart of education.>>Student: Here, put that one there on the wall.>>Ahmet: Art brings knowledge, stories, facts alive, so you get engagement from students. You get students caring what they’re learning about.>>Student: Much better! Let’s do it one more time!>>Peter: I think one of the