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Udl & training
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Application of UDL principles to Training

Application of UDL principles to Training

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    • 1. UDL &amp; Training<br />By Rita Leets<br />
    • 2. Universal design for Learning<br /><ul><li>A set of principles
    • 3. A blueprint for creating instructional goals &amp; materials
    • 4. Not a one size fits all solution
    • 5. Flexible approaches
    • 6. Can be customized</li></li></ul><li>Can we apply UDL to training?<br />UDL is….<br /><ul><li>Based on solid research
    • 7. Flexible
    • 8. A solution for many training challenges
    • 9. An advantage for the individual learner
    • 10. A roadmap for the instructor</li></ul>Yaay!!!!!<br />
    • 11. Multiple means of representationMultiple means of action and expressionMultiple means of Engagement<br />
    • 12. Multiple means of representation<br />Present information in different ways<br />Prezi<br />PowerPoint<br />Videos <br />PDF<br />Word Documents<br />Lecture <br />Self guided<br />Your imagination is the limit. <br />
    • 13. Multiple means of action &amp; expression<br />Don’t be too specific with your instructions<br />Allow the student to decide <br />Provide guidelines not rules<br />Oral<br />Written<br />Video<br />Let your students be creative<br />
    • 14. Multiple means of Engagement<br />There is not one mean of engagement perfect for all<br />We must provide many<br />Working in groups<br />Working alone<br />Structure<br />Spontaneity <br />Novelty<br />Your imagination is the limit <br />
    • 15. Technology and Udl go hand in hand<br />Technology will give us:<br /> Varied tools<br />Flexibility<br />Reaches across generations<br />Multiple means of expression engagement and representation<br />
    • 16. What programs can I use?<br />Screen Readers <br />Google Docs<br />Translating tools<br />Accessibility<br />Readability<br />Situation prediction software<br />Prezi<br />
    • 17. Cultural Background <br />Skill Level<br />Preferences<br />Age <br />Cognitive Capacity<br />Keep these in mind when designing instruction<br />
    • 18. The law………<br /><ul><li>ADA
    • 19. OSHA
    • 20. Equal Access
    • 21. Instructions</li></li></ul><li>References<br />http://www.cast.org/index.html<br />Images:<br />http://www.flickr.com/<br />

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