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《Contemporary Teacher Education》 2009-01
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Facilitative Principles and Strategies of 3E Using Information Technology——Universal Design for Learning Guidelines

David H.Rose,Jenna Wasson(CAST,USA)SHENG Qun-li,DONG Ai,WANG Wen-zhi,WANG Jing-wen(College of Education,Zhejiang University,Hangzhou 310028,China)  
Education should help turn novice learners into expert learners-individuals who know how to learn,who want to learn,and who,in their own highly individual ways,are well prepared for a lifetime of learning.Based on knowledge of brain-recognition network,strategic network and affective network in addition to the essence of e-media,there are three principles of UDL:(1) multiple means of representation—the "what" of learning,(2) multiple means of expression—the "how" of learning,and(3) multiple means of engagement—the "why" of learning.There are 32 consistency Strategies.These are goals,methods,material,assessment(this first effort focuses most heavily on two curricular components: instructional methods and materials)address and redress curricular disabilities in who they can teach,in what they can teach,and in how they can teach.
【CateGory Index】: TP399-C1
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