Great instruction considers the needs of students and creates a learning environ

Great instruction considers the needs of students and creates a learning environment that supports their efforts. One element of instruction that is  often overlooked, but that impacts learning, is the way that space is utilized. This GROUP activity asks you to consider how you will use space in your school in a way that aligns with UDL principles (see URLS FOR Routines UDL.docx attchment) of teaching for a student who is from a cultural/linguistically diverse home and/or has diverse exceptionalities.
You need to consider a POD of classrooms with bathrooms and outdoor spaces. There must be at least two in your Pod. Walkways and passageways between classrooms (either indoors or outdoors) and outdoor spaces should be considered as
well.
Students’ daily routines should be considered throughout the space. (See LEARNING ENVIRONMENT and ROUTINES RUBRIC.docx attachment)
The three essential components of this assignment are, the diagram (floor plan), the physical layout (interior design), and the utilization according to UDL guidelines (ergonomics).
TASK
I.    Two-dimensional classroom diagram with rationale statements.
A.    You may sketch by hand or utilize software to create your diagram.
II.    Address the following key features in your diagram: Be sure to provide a rationale statement for each of the key features included in your classroom diagram.
A.    Supply area (Where will supplies be kept? Are they accessible to all students?)
B.    Physical equipment storage (Some children with physical disabilities will have mobility equipment.
Where will these items be placed?)
C.    Visual distraction (How will you ensure students are not overwhelmed by visual stimulation? Where
will visuals be placed?)
D.    Auditory distractions (How will you reduce auditory distractions?)
E.    Accessibility (How will you make sure all children can freely move about the room? Can all children
access all areas of the room?)
F.    Students seating arrangements (How will you arrange students? Desk groupings? Traditional rows?
Tables?)
G.    Welcome area (Will there be space to greet classroom visitors and families?)
H.    Reading area (Will there be a space for children to engage in silent or group reading activities?)
I.    Teachers area (Where will the teacher’s desk be located? Is the teacher accessible?)
J.    Small group instructional area (Where will you conduct small group instruction? How many
students should you plan for in a group?)
III.    UNIVERSALLY DESIGNED DAILY ROUTINE PLAN
Consider the needs of the child that you have been assigned (see child description below) as they move through a typical day at school. Please make sure to address each of the UDL guidelines in the template provided.
**CHILD ASSIGNED:**
For this assignment, you will be working with Tamesha.
TAMESHA: Tamesha is a student with gifts and talents. She is currently reading at two years above grade level. She occasionally makes verbal remarks about being bored and the work being
too easy. She rarely takes an active role in class discussion or group work. Tamesha makes average grades. She is also extremely interested in history, especially U.S. History.

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