The experience of feeling or emotion.

Instead of asking the student to complete the entire chapter in one night, the teacher and the student worked together to chunk the assignment into more manageable pieces.

Apprenticeships are referred to throughout the UDL Guidelines.

Information and Technical Assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act:

A graphical image that represents a person, as on the Internet.

A visual representation of textual information and ideas. Concept maps, story maps, advance organizers, story webs, semantic maps, and cognitive organizers are all commonly used graphic organizers.

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Image description: This graphic organizer provides a visual way to organize information about UDL based around origins, application, implementation, and principles.

Text-to-speech (TtS) software is an assistive technology that reads any digital text aloud.

Higher Education Opportunity Act - 2008:

The student has difficulty keeping track of information and organizing his thoughts. As a scaffold, the teacher offers the student a graphic organizer to help him manage information. As the student's executive function skills develop, he may generate his own graphic organizer or he may eventually find the scaffold unnecessary.

UDL language highlighted within the HEOA:

A federal law that requires a school district to provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to each child with a disability in the district's jurisdiction.

Building the Legacy: IDEA 2004

n. A temporary assistive component of an instructional material or method that helps a learner complete the learning task successfully, intended to be removed when mastery is attained.

Inquiry Based Science: What does it look like?

In order to increase the salience of the day's lesson, the teacher reviewed the goal with the class and wrote it on the whiteboard.

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4. Means of assessment to measure student progress

The extent to which test scores are influenced by factors (e.g., mode of presentation or response) that are irrelevant (not related) to the construct that the test is intended to measure.

Anything that restrains or obstructs progress in fulfilling the task at hand.

Differentiated Instruction and Implications for UDL Implementation:

Preferences for movies, motivation to get up early and go to the gym, and nervous feelings before a big presentation are all everyday examples of your affective network in action.

Image description: Image of a cartoon dog who offers suggestions on organization skills.

National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition

Source: Bandura, A. (1994). Self-efficacy. In V. S. Ramachaudran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of human behavior (Vol. 4, pp. 71-81). New York: Academic Press.