UDL

To us Learning For All implies the following:
  • Everyone has the right to access and process information in ways that support their learning. Traditional methods of instruction that include paper and pencil tasks and text-bound information deny or limit access for many people.
  • Learners who require technology to learn are not “inferior” to those who don’t.
  • Everyone has strengths and needs that can be enhanced and supported through the use of technology.
Learning For All is committed to supporting Universal Design for Learning as an educational approach with three primary principles:
  • Multiple means of representation, to give diverse learners options for acquiring information and knowledge,
  • Multiple means of action and expression, to provide learners options for demonstrating what they know,
  • Multiple means of engagement, to tap into learners’ interests, offer appropriate challenges, and increase motivation.

RESOURCES:

UDL for Apple’s iPad UDL for the Desktop UDL for the Cloud Collaboration
iWordQ CA, Inspiration Maps, and ActivEngage WordQ+SpeakQ, Inspiration 9.1, ActivEngage WordQ, Webspiration, ActivEngage

 

CAST UDL Lesson Builder: Designed for Inspiration 9 UDL Circle: Quillsoft, Inspiration, and Promethean tools


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UDL Networks
Learn How each tool fits within CAST’s UDL guidelines. We’ve created a check list for each tool shown in this image. To get a copy, please contact renee @ strategictransitions.com
UDL Networks What Does UDL Look Like?
UDL Video by CAST