3. Differentiated Universal Design Lesson Plan w/VAPA Standards (18 points) TPE 10
During various class meetings, candidates will participate in the guided development of a Universal Design lesson plan in which they will include evidence of differentiation of content, product, and process. To complete this assignment, candidates will examine and analyze lesson plan models, read about lesson planning and universal design from a variety of sources.
Candidates will collaboratively design a lesson that differentiates content, process, and product to maximize learning for students with diverse needs. Candidates will write the lesson plan using the COE lesson format.
Candidates will differentiate curriculum and instruction based on content, process, and product.
Candidates will use information about students’ readiness range (skills, reading, thinking & information), learning profiles, interests, talents, and culture to differentiate curriculum and instruction.
Candidates will identify strategies to meet the needs of students learning English (including differentiation for Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced levels, including student who are accelerated learners and students who need special education support under IDEA &/or ADA.
Candidates will collaboratively prepare a lesson plan that differentiates content, process, and product for students learning English, students who are accelerated learners, and students with special needs.
Candidates’ collaboratively produced UDLP will be evaluated using a 18-point rubric.
Turnbull, Turnbull, & Wehmeyer (2007). Exceptional lives: Special education in today’s schools (5th ed.). Ch.2
Villa, Richard, & Thousand, Jacqueline. (2005). Creating and inclusive school (2nd ed.). Chapter 6
COE Universal Design Lesson Plan Format (attached)
“Universal Design” and “ Differentiation” - Dr. Toni Hood
EDMS 512, Hood