UDL - Multiple Means of Expression with technology


Current media tools provide a more flexible and accessible toolkit with which learners can more successfully take part in their learning and articulate what they know. Unless a lesson is focused on learning to use a specific tool (e.g., learning to draw with a compass), curricula should allow many alternatives. Like any craftsman, learners should learn to use tools that are an optimal match between their abilities and the demands of the task.
- CAST



Feedback on Content Tool Collections

- Great ideas and summaries
- Expand beyond your content areas
- Invite your methods professor to join your space
- Experienced "techie" teachers from VSTE will be posting comments/sharing ideas
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The "Representation Dilemma" (S.G. Grant, 2007)

- “How do we know what children know?”

UDL Guidelines for Multiple Means of Expression

- communication
- construction/composition
- development of fluency

Virtual Exhibits

- Definition - some collection or presentation of objects, information, or ideas connected with course content
- Different approaches
- Examples
- Possible tools

Your Challenge

- Virtual Exhibit Sample - in pairs or individually, due 10/23
- be substantive, but be creative and have fun
- Assessment Rubric