Chapter 4: Individualized Routes to the Destination

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1. Usually is made up of two groups: gifted and students with learning disabilties

2. Vary over time and different situations

3. UDL as a Framework for Education Design:

4. Learner Variability

5. Learner Capacities

6. The Goal for Education Now: become experts at learning

7. Previous Goal: Master the skill or knowledge

8. Predict variability creates flexibility

9. Allows for individualized instruction and customization

10. Learning depends on context for the learner

11. Allows for positive learning outcomes and a well designed curriculum

12. Must understand the context of learning

13. Usually is individualized to the extreme

14. This means that you use the variability to predict what the learners will do and how they will learn best.

15. This idea is flawed because:

16. This means it will also be used to use the predictions to maintain flexible learning options to achieve success for most learners

17. How to use variability effectively:

18. This idea is flawed because:

19. How to use learner capacity effectively:

20. Usually the individual and the context of learning and the environment are considered separate

21. Usually the learner has strengths and weaknesses and those are considered to not ever change

22. This means that it will also be used to understand that the learner will act and perform different depending on the environment, context, and circumstances even though they have specific strengths, weaknesses, abilities, or inabilities.

23. This means that you use the context to understand how the learner will use their "internal capacity" to achieve their goals

24. References

25. Meyer, A., Rose, D., Gordon, D., (2014). Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice. Wakefield, MA: CAST.

26. Towards a Critical Theory of Disability in Social Work. (2005). Retrieved from http://www1.uwindsor.ca/criticalsocialwork/towards-a-critical-theory-of-disability-in-social-work