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Enhance Learning with UDL

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Bill McMullen

on 9 May 2014

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Transcript of Enhance Learning with UDL

Enhance Learning with UDL
Accessibility Benefits All Students!
UDL works for:
Different Learning Styles
Students with Disabilities
Distance Students
Diversified Academic Backgrounds
Diverse Demographics
ESL and International Students
Students in all Subject Areas
Accessibility through Technology
Moodle
Text/Video/Images/Links/
Discussion/Wiki/Groups
Accessibility Block
Adobe Connect
Interactive Live Webinar
Accessibility Features
Accessible on tablets and smartphones
UDL @ NAIT
Recommendation: Universal Design for Learning Principles:

NAIT will promote and support the incorporation of Universal Design for Learning principles in the development and delivery of all curriculum.

Enrich Your Teaching Through Universal Design Principles
Wendy Marusin
780.378.5028
wendym@nait.ca
Stephen Ashworth
780.471.7471
sashworth@nait.ca
Bill McMullen
780.471.8851
bmcmulle@nait.ca

Wendy Marusin, Stephen Ashworth & Bill McMullen
What is Universal Design for Learning (UDL)?
Classroom Opportunities for UDL
1. DLOs (Digital Learning Objects)
Example: Welding Safety Initiative
A) Music Video "White Heat"
B) Interactive Videos - Unsolved Safety Mysteries
C) 3rd Level - Student-led Critical Thinking

NAIT Unsolved Welding Mysteries

Universal Design for Learning from Center for Applied Special Technology. By Guilia Forsythe. June 21, 2013. From Flickr. CC-BY
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles designed to maximize learning for all types of students.

UDL is considered a “best practice” approach to curriculum design and delivery methods. UDL is for everyone and strategies benefit both students and instructors.

Multiple means of Representation
Multiple means of Engagement
Multiple means of Action and Expression
More Classroom Opportunities for UDL
2. Other ideas: Company Websites, YouTube,
Advisory Committees, NAIT Digital Media Team.
welding
using smartphone to take photos of whiteboard
autobody
How are you using UDL now?

How can you incorporate UDL in your class?

Ideas?

Examples?
The UDL Advantage
http://moodle.nait.ca/course/view.php?id=3061&notifyeditingon=1
https://adobeconnect.nait.ca/admin/meeting/sco/info?account-id=7&principal-id=22382&sco-id=182653&tab-id=102638
A copy of the presentation will be available on the FUS webpage.
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