Vigilante Jr., R. J., & Hoile, M. B. (2018). Assistive technology for the general education classroom. In P. L. Epler (Ed.), Instructional strategies in general education and putting the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) into practice (pp. 132-166). IGI Global. This chapter describes a variety of assistive technologies and the learners they can support.
Nelson, L. L., & Rose, D. H. (2014). Design and deliver: Planning and teaching using universal design for learning. Paul H. Brookes Publishing. Read Chapter 4: Action and Expression, pages 79-94. This chapter describes instructional strategies for the third principle of UDL.
Shiel, T. K. (2017). Designing and using performance tasks: Enhancing student learning and assessment. Corwin. Read Chapter 4: Building the Base: Going SOLO, pages 63-94. This chapter takes you through the process of writing learning intentions and success criteria using the SOLO taxonomy. Student learning logs are described at the end of the chapter. Several different examples from classrooms are shared within the chapter.
Fisher, D., & Frey, N. (2017). Digital tools to broaden learning: New technologies can give students multiple means of engagement, action, and representation. Educational Leadership, 74(7), 81–82. Digital tools and technologies are discussed in this article as a means to expand opportunities for learning and engagement. The UDL concept is discussed.
Burton, A. (2020). How do I know my students are learning? Formative assessment connects learning targets to student outcomes. Learning Professional, 41(2), 28-35. This article describes formative assessment and partnering with students to engage in student-centered assessment practices.
Performance assessment: A guide to the vocabulary. (2019). Education Week, 38(20), 5. This brief article lists terms associated with performance assessments such as portfolio, exhibition, and standards-based grading.
Stiggins, R. (2014, March 9). The emotional dynamic of student assessment for learning. Rick Stiggins. Rick Stiggins was the founder of the Assessment Training Institute (ATI) and is a leader in assessment for learning. His many published books and articles describe assessment for learning techniques. This blog on Stiggin’s website offers a quick overview of the power of assessment for learning. There are also numerous other resources worth reviewing on Stiggin’s website.