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DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION
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Differentiated Instruction & UDL resources

  • Visual Learners
    • Learn by using visual materials such as pictures, charts and graphs
    • Benefit from the use of color to highlight items of importance
    • Could illustrate a story or idea before putting it in writing
    • May be distracted by a lot of text or written directions
  • Auditory Learners
    • Learn from class discussions and information presented verbally
    • Benefit from the use of mnemonics to assist with memorization
    • May need to verbalize directions on a test or assignment
    • May be able to demonstrate learning by making a presentation
  • Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners
    • Learn by participating in hands-on activities
    • Benefit from opportunities to move around (e.g., learning centers)
    • May need verbal or written information presented in short segments
    • May have difficulty sitting through long assessment activities

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)