PSYC 400 Lecture 9: UDL

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29 Dec 2020
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Instructional Workshop: Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Equity vs. equality background and individual differences
Based in CLT, constructivism (zone of proximal development)
Three guidelines:
o Engagement recruiting interest sustaining effort and persistence; self-regulation
o Representation perception; language and symbols; comprehension
o Action/expression physical action; expression/communication; executive functioning
Strengths:
o Flexibility of framework easily implemented
o Increases accessibility considers diversity and disability
o Guidelines frequently updated
Weaknesses:
o Threat of cognitive load being too much overload students with various forms
o Potential pushback from instructors
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