Texts can be customized according to the needs and preferences of students through
Offered through programs or alternative keyboards that allow alternative ways of navigating through a text.
Students can digitally draw,write, record their voices, take notes or write text comments using digital tools in order to support their expression.
Designing Instruction to support Strategic Learning:
provide flexible models of skilled performance
provide opportunities to practice with supportprovide multiple media formatsoffer flexible opportunities for demonstrating skills
Digital media provides flexible options that engage all learners, providing digital media that appropriately challenges all students,allowing them to make connections to background knowledge, vocabulary and reading support, as well as offering students variedchoices of media for representing their knowledge.
Designing Instruction to support Affective Learning:
offer choices of content and tools
provide adjustable and tiered levels of challenge
offer a choice of reward
offer choices of learning context
Using Multiple Means
Rose, D. H., & Meyer, A. (2002).
Teaching every student in the Digital Age : Universal Design for Learning - Chapter 2
Alexandria, Va: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.