#UDLchat "Making Choices"

How Can We Help Learners with the Skill of Choice Making?

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A powerful component of the UDL framework is choice! Educators often begin their UDL journey by giving learners choice. Making choices is a skill that learners need to learn so that they are successful with the choices they make. Let's dig into the concept of choice and how we can support learners as they develop the skill of making choices.


Here are our questions for December 19, 2018:


Q1) When providing instructional options for learners, what strategies do you use to teach/coach learners about making effective choices? #UDLChat


Q2) How do you support learners when they struggle with choice? #UDLChat


Q3) How do you teach self-reflection (strategies) and facilitate the connection to self-directed learning? #UDLChat


Q4) How do you know when the options you offer are good choices for students? #UDLChat



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What's this #UDLchat all about?

#UDLchat is a bi-monthly Twitter chat focused on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). We are a virtual community of practitioners, enthusiasts, and evangelists eager to discuss resources, successes, and challenges in implementing UDL in a wide variety of environments and contexts.


Join us every 1st & 3rd Wednesday from 9-9:30pm ET / 6-6:30pm PT for a rapid-fire learning-focused chat, and build your PLN!

Your Co-hosts tonight! Lisa Arthur, Ohio State Support Team 16 & Barb Gentille Green, Ohio State Support Team 7

#UDLchat Team

Mindy Johnson @min_d_j

Elizabeth Stein @ElizabethLStein

Ron Rogers @Ronbrogers

Barb Gentille Green @BGentilleGreen

Bryan Dean @drrevdean

Kimberly Coy @digitallearnudl

Joni Degner @DegnerJoni

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