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UDL Presentation: Sharing Ideas and Building ResourcesAshley OdomStudent ID: A00257081EDUC 7109-1Diverse Learners and Tech...
 Aspires to give equal opportunities for all  individuals to learn Creates instructional goals, methods,  materials and ...
 Recognition: the “What” of Learning  Determines how facts are gathered   and categorizes what what is seen,   heard and...
 Strategic: the “How” of Learning  Determines how tasks are planned   and performed  Examples: guiding students with   ...
 Affective: the “Why” of Learning  Determines how to engage learners   and keep them motivated  Examples: foster collab...
 Benefits the learner by creating easier and more effective customization of the curriculum Examples   CAST UDL Book Bu...
 More successful differentiated learning throughout the campus Better meeting of accommodations and modifications for sp...
 Learners should not be categorized in groups such as “disabled” or “bright” There are no “regular” students Learners d...
 Learners learn differently on an individual basis Strengths and weaknesses make each learner unique UDL Guideline 2 fo...
 Curriculum Self-Check  Helps educators create options within their curriculum   and build flexibility to reach students...
ASCD. (2013). What Brain Research Tells Us About Learner  Differences. Retrieved on January 12, 2013 from  http://www.ascd...
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Assessment of Technology Proficiencies

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Assessment of Technology Proficiencies

  1. 1. UDL Presentation: Sharing Ideas and Building ResourcesAshley OdomStudent ID: A00257081EDUC 7109-1Diverse Learners and Technology
  2. 2.  Aspires to give equal opportunities for all individuals to learn Creates instructional goals, methods, materials and assessments that can be adjusted to meet the individual needs of learners UDL at Cast:  http://youtu.be/bDvKnY0g6e4
  3. 3.  Recognition: the “What” of Learning  Determines how facts are gathered and categorizes what what is seen, heard and read  Examples: illustrating through multiple forms of media, clarifying vocabulary and symbols
  4. 4.  Strategic: the “How” of Learning  Determines how tasks are planned and performed  Examples: guiding students with appropriate goal-setting, using multiple tools for composition and construction
  5. 5.  Affective: the “Why” of Learning  Determines how to engage learners and keep them motivated  Examples: foster collaboration and communication, minimize threats and distractions
  6. 6.  Benefits the learner by creating easier and more effective customization of the curriculum Examples  CAST UDL Book Builder  CAST Strategy Tutor  use of personal assistive technologies
  7. 7.  More successful differentiated learning throughout the campus Better meeting of accommodations and modifications for special education students More “expert learners” which would create higher expectations that are reachable for each students
  8. 8.  Learners should not be categorized in groups such as “disabled” or “bright” There are no “regular” students Learners differ across and within the three neural networks
  9. 9.  Learners learn differently on an individual basis Strengths and weaknesses make each learner unique UDL Guideline 2 focuses on providing options for language (linguistic)
  10. 10.  Curriculum Self-Check  Helps educators create options within their curriculum and build flexibility to reach students and keep them engaged Lesson Builder  Shows educators how to customize standards-based curriculum so they can meet individual learning needs Strategy Tutor  Supports teachers and students doing reading and Internet research
  11. 11. ASCD. (2013). What Brain Research Tells Us About Learner Differences. Retrieved on January 12, 2013 from http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/101042/chapters/ What-Brain-Research-Tells-Us-About-Learner- Differences.aspxCAST, Inc. (2012). CAST: Center for Applied Special Technology. Retrieved on January 11, 2013 from http://cast.org/index.htmlCAST, Inc. (2012). Home-National Center on Universal Design for Learning. Retrieved on January 11, 2013 from http://www.udlcenter.orgJanowski, Karen. (2013). Free Technology Toolkit for UDL in All Classrooms. Retrieved on January 10, 2013 from http://udltechtoolkit.wikispaces.com

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