Join Kevin Kelly for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying UDL principles: Allowing learners to show what they know in multiple ways, part of Foundations of Teaching with Technology.
- Now it's time to look at…Multiple Means of Expression.…In other words, we'll look at using technology…to give students pathways to show…they've reached a learning outcome…and assess their improvement.…First, let's look at allowing students…to show what they know in different ways.…Here are just a couple suggestions.…The first can take advantage of technology,…but can be done with paper just as easily.…Provide multiple question options for essay tests.…For each section of an essay test…provide more than one question option.…They should all relate to the same…core concept from the class.…
Make sure every question on the page…will allow students to demonstrate achievement…of the same learning outcome.…Tell students to answer only one question…from each page of the test.…Ask students to submit an essay…as the basic assignment.…For an extra challenge,…allow students to use the essay as a script…and submit an audio presentation or podcast episode,…screencast and online presentation with VoiceThread,…or even a digital storytelling video.…
Author Kevin Kelly explains how learning outcomes can be adapted to support technology in the classroom, and guides educators through selecting the appropriate technology for their activity, module, or class. Then he shows how to apply technology in three key areas: finding, creating, and sharing content with students; facilitating classroom activities; and assessing learning inside the classroom or online.
- Including technology in your learning outcomes
- Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles
- Finding and creating content and instructional materials
- Enhancing lectures and presentations with technology
- Getting students involved
- Facilitating in-class activities
- Assessing learning
- Teaching effectively online
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Ready to Teach with Technology
2. Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Principles with Technology
3. Using Technology to Prepare Content
4. Using Technology to Share Content
5. Using Technology to Facilitate In-Class Activities
6. Using Technology to Facilitate Virtual Activities
7. Using Technology to Assess Learning
Assessing lab work3m 28s
8. Assessing Learning and Teaching Effectively in Online Environments
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