Universal Design for Learning. By: Ng Kai Ting (22), Goh Rui Jing (11), Lin Yanting (19) & Melissa Bea (2). Class activity. Who found it easy?. Why was it difficult?. Definition.
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By: Ng Kai Ting (22), Goh Rui Jing (11),
Lin Yanting (19) & Melissa Bea (2)
Tactile learning experiences
Competent partner to read text aloud
Braille included for written descriptions or information
Provide descriptions for all images, graphics, videos or animations
Lower the rate of speech, sound, video, animation
Present enlarged text and have strong contrast of visual information or adjusted for learner’s needs
Provide electronic translation tools/ key information in dominant language
Simplify complex terms, expressions, or equations into speech
Learners vary in the ways they explore an environment and expressing their knowledge.
Teacher should engage learners and motivate them through various ways.
CAST. (2012). What is universal design for learning.Retrieved July 13, 2012 from http://www.cast.org/udl/index.html
National Center On Universal Design for Learning.(2012, July 09). What is universal design for learning. Retrieved July 13, 2012 from http://www.udlcenter.org/aboutudl/whatisudl
Strangeman, N., Hitchcock, C., Hall, T., & Meo, G. (2006). Response-to-instruction and universal design for learning: How might they intersect in the general education classroom?. Retrieved July 13, 2012 from http://www.ldonline.org/article/13002/