Posted in Accessibility, Assistive Technology Software, CPD/Training/Events, ICT Support, Inclusion, Teaching & Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

“UDL research demonstrates that the challenge of diversity can and must be met by making curriculum flexible and responsive to learner differences.”

I’m asking participants at an upcoming course on using Clicker 6 to watch the video below to enable us to give some thought to how well the software might meet the principles of Multiple Means of Representation, Multiple Means of Action and Expression, and Multiple Means of Engagement that underpin Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

More information on UDL can be found on the National Centre Universal Design for Learning website.

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I'm a teacher who changed direction after a spell teaching visually impaired pupils. I became interested in how technology could assist learners overcome or deal with various disabilities. Since 1992 I've been an Education Support Officer, an ICT Training Support Officer, and have been Coordinator of Highland's Assistive Technology Support Service since 1995.

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