Technology in Education

Universal Design for Learning

Filed under: Uncategorized — andrewhaynes at 5:37 pm on Sunday, March 31, 2013

by Andrew Haynes

The attachment below (Universal Design for Learning) is a link to a power point presentation on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). The presentation defines, examines, and explains the key concepts of UDL and explores its origins and its connection to brain research. The presentation also examines the role of technology in the UDL process and how technology can be used to support learning that is based on brain research. Some instructional strategies that can be used to facilitate the UDL process are also suggested as well as some tools that can be used in the implementation of UDL. The presentation also explores how UDL can be used in my school to impact student learning.

The link to the presentation: Universal Design for Learning


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