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Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

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Transcript of Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

UDL
PROMOTING ACCESS TO LEARNING FOR ALL

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Promoting All Learners Success through Brain networks & Technology
Over time, we have learned to design infrastructures that provide access for people with wheelchairs by using ramps, elevators, which even accommodated people with strollers.
UDL fosters
3 principles
to guide instructional practices:
The Central Role of Technology in UDL
In the classroom, technology allows:
-every student
to access and develop knowledge
through a variety of technology
-every student
to

demonstrate knowledge in an creative and personalized manner
-teachers
to

access rich materials
that is suitable and appealing for students.


Assistive, Supportive, and Compensatory Technology
Impact on students' learning
With teachers implementing the UDL principles in their instructional process, they ensure that every student get access to learning. Learning being customized, students can now focus on demonstrating their learning in a creative and personalized manner. By combining appealing technology, student-relevant content, and real-life information, teachers instill in students a passion for learning.
Three brain networks are responsible for learning differences:
References:
http://universaldesignforlearningpresentation.wikispaces.com/Central+Role+of+Technology+in+UDL

http://www.slideshare.net/rraichle/universal-design-for-learning-raichle-r

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=udl%20at%20a%20glance&sm=3

http://assistivetechnologyforeducation.com/assessments-workshops-services/examples-of-assistive-technology

http://www.newton.k12.ks.us/at/examples.htm

http://udlhcpss.wordpress.com/brain-networks/brain-networks/

http://202.116.45.198/kcyjxl/jxtj/pdf/18/2.Empower%20Diverse%20Learners%20With%20Educational%20Technology%20and%20Digital%20Media.pdf

https://www.google.com/#q=universal+definition

http://udlfor21stcenturyclassrooms.wikispaces.com/Central+Role+of+Technology+in+UDL

http://cast.org/learningtools/index.html
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Principle I
Provide Multiple Means of Representation
Examples of instruction practices:
-offer auditory and visual information
-clarify vocabulary and syntax
-illustrate using various media
-activate prior knowledge
-highlight key concepts, ideas, patterns
Principle II
Provide Multiple Means of Action and Expression
Examples of instructional practices:
-Promote access to assistive and supportive technology
-Use alternative methods to respond
-Use multiple media for communication
-Foster goal-setting
-Offer opportunities for monitoring progress
Principle III
Provide Multiple Means of Engagement
Examples of instructional practices:
-Foster individual choice and provide opportunities for automony
-Maximize content relevance, students' value, and authenticity
-Provide a safe learning environment
-Emphasize goals and objectives
-Provide opportunities for collaboration
-Provide mastery-oriented feedback
-Promote students' self-assessment, and reflection
ttp://www.wizishop.com/blog/archives/2008/06
Our society is diverse, so are children in our classrooms.
The UDL initiative was based on the premises that all learners should have access to learning through a variety of "pathways."

UDL is a research-based framework that aims to enhance:
-students' knowledge
-students' skills
-students' love for learning
http://universaldesignforlearningpresentation.wikispaces.com/Central+Role+of+Technology+in+UDL
Technologies:
Adjustable and large font keyboards
Text-To-Speech softwares
Tablets
Audio Players
Screen Magnifier
Dictionary
Audio books
Personal amplification system
Captioning


With teachers anticipating potential
learning barriers
, and
customizing the curriculum
, students receive a suitable instruction, that is responsive to their unique learning styles and needs.
http://udlhcpss.wordpress.com/brain-networks/brain-networks/
http://udlhcpss.wordpress.com/brain-networks/brain-networks/
http://udlhcpss.wordpress.com/brain-networks/brain-networks/
In concordance with brain research, technology offers a multitude of possibilities to reach all learners through their recognition, strategic, and affective networks, which are responsible for learning.
-RECOGNITION NETWORKS-
Technology allows teachers to tailor materials suitable for their group of learners
-AFFECTIVE NETWORKS-
Technology allows students to access
a wealth of information online and select content according to personal choices.
-STRATEGIC NETWORKS-
Technology allows students to choose from multiple ways to manipulate knowledge and produce.
For many years, buildings and streets were designed for typical pedestrians, regardless of the real population needs.
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