Universal Design for Learning: Supporting ALL students in their learning. presented by the NEA IDEA Special Education Resource Cadre. Note of Appreciation to. Rebecca Beck, Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) Dave Edyburn, University of Wisconsin
Universal Design for Learning:Supporting ALL students in their learning
presented by the
NEA IDEA Special Education Resource Cadre
for their collaboration on development of this presentation
“Consider the needs of the broadest possible range of users from the beginning”
- Ron Mace, Architect -
Think about what you see in and round your life.
To support the use of technology, including technology with universal design principles and assistive technology devices, to maximize accessibility to the general education curriculum for children with disabilities.
PL 108-446 Sec. 611(e)(2)(C)(v)
- CAST -
Provide Multiple Means of Recognition and Access
Consider multiple means of reprentantion for access to the learning . . . .
the way information is presented
Why—reduces barriers in instruction
Provide Multiple means of Action and Expression
Strategic Participation student responds or demonstration of knowledge and skills
Why--Provides appropriate accommodations, supports and challenges
Provide Multiple Means of Engagement
Affective Demonstration of learning
How students are engaged
Universally-designed products for instruction and assessment are becoming the industry standard
Thank you for attending!
Good luck with using UDL in your classroom.