Date
09 December 2019

Offer a range of media to increase access for learners

Provide materials, information, and content in a range of media.

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Useful tools

Useful tools

Make effective use of online environments such as your school Moodle or class websites. Alongside assignment briefs and related resources, offer students a range of tools to support independent learning and collaboration.

Using video

Using video

Vi Hart has turned exploring maths concepts into an animated art form. Introduce her work to students alongside similar video resources from the Khan Academy or Ted Ed to support student engagement.

Using laptops at Kutarere School

Using laptops at Kutarere School

It’s what to do with that imagination that has been a stumbling block with a pen and pencil. Having a laptop where it’s so easy to change an error etc. has allowed that creativity to be completely limitless.

Principal Te Kura o Kutarere

Google sites at Tamaki College

Google sites at Tamaki College

Teacher, Noelene Dunn’s Google site supports a flexible and inclusive approach. Students can personalise their learning and choose when, where, and how they will work.

Useful resources

Useful resources

Website

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) at a glance

Publisher: CAST

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UDL Tech toolkit

Publisher: Joyce Valenza

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Website

UDL Curriculum toolkit

Publisher: CAST

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More suggestions for implementing the strategy “Support independent access to learning materials”:

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