One of the great things about technology is all its uses for providing appropriate accommodations and supports for students. Universal Design for Learning says that through multiple means of engagement, representation, and expression we can set students up for success. This is similar to the principles of Comprehensible Input.
This particular blog page is going to be dedicated to times when I use technology to provides UDL through audio and video. For more information on how UDL can be used, consider checking out my site dedicated to my work and research with special education.
Miriam is constantly striving to use tech to its best and reach all kinds of learners. This blog page is focused on the use of audio and video to provide CI and UDL for students.