- Anthony DeMarco
- Brooklyn, NY
- United States
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Is the Common Core negating the purpose of UDL?
The purpose of UDL curricula is not simply to help students master a specific body of knowledge or a specific set of skills, but to help them master learning itself—in short, to become expert learners. Expert learners have developed three broad characteristics. They are: a) strategic, skillful and goal directed; b) knowledgeable, and c) purposeful and motivated to learn more. Designing curricula using UDL allows teachers to remove potential barriers that could prevent learners from meeting this important goal.
Closing Statement from Anthony DeMarco
Question: Common Core and Universal Design for Learning: How is the Common Core allowing students multiple means of representative, action, expression and engagement using informational text?