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UDL & Technology Cartoons
Transcript of UDL & Technology Cartoons
Universal Design Universal Design for Learning
This cartoon speaks to me about the how the concept of Universal Design was applied to learning to become Universal Design for Learning. We need to design learning environments from the beginning that support the full range of learners.
Fair should actually mean that learners have equivalent rather than identical opportunities to demonstrate their learning. Teaching and learning is not "one size fits all."
The Principles of UDL
We need to find ways to design flexible learning environments using the 3 principles of UDL (multiple means of representation, action and expression & engagement) that meet the needs of all learners.
Technology allows us to engage students, work with their strengths and address their learning needs. Technology should be combined with good teaching practices.
This cartoon reminds me that I am already doing great things in my classroom. Incorporating UDL and technology is more about transforming my existing practice to better meet the needs of all learners.
I am reminded about how fast and how profoundly technology has changed the world. Education needs to adapt to this changing world. We can do this by adjusting the how and the what of teaching.
Cartoon by Bill Browning, from his webpage: http://www.mnispi.org/cartoon/2001/index.htm