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UDL Principle 3

Page history last edited by Susanne Croasdaile 11 years, 5 months ago

 

How can Web 2.0 technologies help support the 3 principles of UDL?
UDL Principle 3 supports Affective Brain Networks
The “why” of learning

 

Provide multiple means for learner engagement:
· Provide choices of required class projects
· Provide choices of content and skills
· Offer choices of rewards
· Offer choices of learning context

 

 

 

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How can wikis help?

  • Hyperlinks can be used to make meaningful connections between current content and its “real life” uses
  • Hyperlinks can be used to connect to news reports and other information that validates the time spent in class on a topic
  • Educators can offer students option to work together in an online format on group projects (PBWiki’s group project templates)
  • Educators can offer students the option to share work product online (either with or without comments and changes available to viewers)
  • Remember that some students feel that public recognition and adulation is a reward while others dislike it—ask, don’t assume!

 

How can podcasts help?

  • Educators can offer multiple podcasts or vodcasts that explain content from different angles
  • Educators can allow students to use podcasting (such as songs, radio shows, and news reports) and vodcasting (such as music videos, documentaries, and performing arts) technologies alone or as a group to create projects

 

How can blogs help?

 

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