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Supporting students with technology

and UDL and the black box technique

Lynne Silcock
Learning with digital technology

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Fix the student or the learning environment?


last year I had dyslexia and I felt different, and this year I dont feel
different. Its much easier

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If the shoe doesn't fit, must


we change the foot?
Gloria Steinem US Feminist

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Identify students needs

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Black box technique

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Universal Design for learning


The design of learning environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest
extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialised design.

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UDL = Design from the edges

OLD Retrofit
model

Universal Design for Learning


The design of learning environments to be usable by
all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the
need for adaptation or specialised design
Framework to:
identify learning needs
design curriculum
support school wide practice
create lessons for all

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More: UDL
Guidelines 2.0 Organizer with links
to examples

UDL framework
creating engaging environments and
sustaining motivation
Engagement

Representation

supporting
independent access to
learning materials

Action & expression

providing multiple
ways to create, learn and
demonstrate understanding

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Engagement

Engagement
creating engaging environments and
sustaining motivation

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Boss, hes got a cool story,


I like reading it. Its cool
cos it's about Mori people
and dragons and stuff and
yeah, it's Maui.

Using storybird to improve literacy (Enabling elearning)


http://elearning.tki.org.nz/Teaching/Learning-areas/English/Using-Storybird-to-improve-literacy-skills

Engagement

Recruiting
interest, choice,
autonomy,
authenticity,
relevance, value.

Minimise
distractions and
threats.

Sustaining effort
and persistence

Supporting
beliefs as a
learner, coping
skills, self
reflection

Representation

Representation
supporting independent access to
learning materials

http://bergman-udl.blogspot.co.nz/2011_09_01_archive.html

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When I do maths, my teacher


sometimes gives me these videos to
watch to explain the strategies what I
am meant to do, and its really easier
to listen to it, than just read this
massive boring pile of instructions.

Dyslexia Using an iPad to support learning


http://elearning.tki.org.nz/Teaching/Pedagogy/UDL/Using-an-iPad-to-support-learning

Representation

Flexible
information and
content that can
be personalised

Supporting
understanding
and decoding

Activate
background
knowledge and
support critical
thinking

Action & expression

Action and Expression


providing multiple ways to create, learn
and demonstrate understanding

Writing support
- keyboard/touch onscreen keyboard
- writing accommodation/adaptations
- word prediction, spelling support etc
- frameworks and strategies
Writing alternatives
-speech recognition
-image
-video
-animation
-multimedia
-voice

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I explained how Taranaki got its name,


...I used Tellegami and then I gave the
iPad to the person and theyd give me
the feedback.If you make a mistake
you can just keep doing it and doing it as
much as you want to make it perfect.

Action and
expression

Interacting with
materials

Communicating,
creativity,
learning,
sharing and
demonstrating
understanding

Goal setting,
planning,
organising and
monitoring
progress

Strengthening Mori identity, language, and culture


http://elearning.tki.org.nz/Beyond-the-classroom/Learning-beyond-the-classroom/A-marae-basedlearning-programme/Strengthening-Maori-identity-language-and-culture

UDL - useful links and further reading


Inclusive education website
Heaps of excellent resources
videos, NZ examples/context

CAST - huge bank of


resources including:
UDL at a glance
(animation)
UDL guidelines incl
UDL and technology

Maryland learning
links
VLN - NZ communities
UDL
Assistive technology

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Contact:
Lynne Silcock
Learning with Digital Technologies
Te Toi Tupu
(+64) 021 041 6979
Email: lynne.silcock@core-ed.org

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