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Meeting students needs with UDL and technology

Author: Ashley Sweatt

In this lesson, you will learn about the differences between low tech, mid tech, and high tech options that enhance student learning, along with some important points to consider about how technology relates to UDL.

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Meeting Students' Needs with UDL and Technology

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Notes on "Meeting Students' Needs with UDL and Technology"


(00:00 - 00:12) Introduction

(00:13 - 00:32) What will you learn today?

(00:33 - 01:24) Low Tech

(01:25 - 02:04) Mid Tech

(02:05 - 02:34) High Tech

(02:35 - 03:30) How do you successfully use technologies in the UDL classroom?

(03:31 - 04:17) What did you learn today?

(04:18 - 04:47) Reflection


Additional Resources

Georgia Tech: What is Assistive Technology

This site provides an overview of assistive technology. In particular, there is a clear explanation of the differences between high tech and low tech assistive technology.

South Carolina Assistive Technology Program: SC Curriculum Access through AT

This is a great overview of assistive technology and how it is used in schools. Particular attention is given to how assistive technology can provide students with access to the core curriculum.