Elements

Meet Expectations

(0)

to Meet Expectations

(1)

Expectations

(2)

Expectations

(3)

Points

Facts About Learners

No assignment

submitted; late submission; omissions

Minimal identification

of /description of students’ needs

Some identification

of /description of needs

of given students

Detailed identification

of and description of needs of given students

Content Differentiation:

modifications for curriculum,

materials & goals

No assignment

submitted; late submission; omissions

1-2 modifications for some given students

3-4 modifications

for some or all

given students

5 or more modifications

for all given students

Process Differentiation:

modifications for teaching /learning process (incl. env’t/mgt. considerations)

No assignment

submitted; late; omissions

1-2 modifications for some given students

3-4 modifications

for some or all

given students

5 or more modifications

for all given students

Product Differentiation:

modifications for assessment

No assignment

submitted; late; omissions

1-2 modifications for some given students

3-4 modifications

for some or all

given students

5 or more modifications for

all given students

Differentiation Implementation

No assignment

submitted; late submission; omissions

Differentiations

provided for some students, but not all

Differentiation used in ways that highlight students’ differences; does not support students as important /valuable as community members

Seamless differentiation strategies in place for all; students = important/valued community members

Total Points

/18

Universal Design Lesson Plan Format

EDMS 512, Hood

Summer 2006