Visual #30

Universal Design of Instruction Examples, continued

  • Provide printed materials in electronic format.
  • Use accessible web pages (text descriptions of graphics).
  • Provide printed materials early so that students can prepare to access the materials in alternate formats.
  • Create printed and web-based materials in simple, consistent formats.
  • Provide effective prompting during an activity and feedback after the assignment is completed.
  • Provide multiple ways for students to demonstrate knowledge.
  • Make sure equipment and activities minimize sustained physical effort.