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advantages and limitations of different media: speech, text, image-intro to digital media

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UDL Day2 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Advantages and Limitations of Traditional Media Notes from: Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning
  • 2. “ Learners’ capacities are not inherent; capacities are defined by the interplay between learners’ abilities and the tools they use.”
  • 3. The tools we use…
  • 4. Traditional Fixed Media
    • Speech
    • Text
    • Images
  • 5. Speech
    • Advantages
    • Natural sounding
    • Expressive
    • Vary: pace, volume, pitch to emphasize points
    • Physical cues: facial expression, gestures, posture
    • Respond to audience
    • Limitations
    • Listener’s must remember
    • Easy to overload on info
    • Can’t pause it live
  • 6. Text
    • Advantages
    • Reduces memory demands
    • Revisit any time
    • Distributed to mass audience
    • Limitations
    • Lacks expressiveness
    • Must understand different formats: novel, newspaper, poems, reference
    • Conventions can be tough to understand
  • 7. Images
    • Advantages
    • Communicate everything at once
    • Easily present emotion, feeling, mood, relationships, comparisons
    • No decoding
    • Limitations
    • Not ideal for: philosophical, abstract
    • Cannot communicate anything below the surface
  • 8. No media is perfect for every student so we should always have several media options.
  • 9. Flexible Digital Media
    • “ Digital media becomes flexible in the way the content is stored and transmitted.”
    • “ What was once permanent can be altered, removed at will, or restored-multiple times.”
  • 10. Flexible Digital Media
    • Digital Media is
    • Versatile
    • Transformable
    • Can be marked
    • Can be networked