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Mar 14, 11

Understanding how folks learn and the parts of their brains stimulated by different methods or components.

  • The "how" of learning
  • The "why" of learning
  • The "what" of learning

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Oct 20, 08

What is Universal Design for Learning?

In today's schools, the mix of students is more diverse than ever. Educators are challenged to teach all kinds of learners to high standards, yet a single classroom may include students who struggle to learn for any number of reasons, such as the following:

* Learning disabilities such as dyslexia
* English language barriers
* Emotional or behavioral problems
* Lack of interest or engagement
* Sensory and physical disabilities

    • Learning disabilities such as dyslexia
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    • English language barriers
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    • Emotional or behavioral problems
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    • Lack of interest or engagement
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    • Sensory and physical disabilities
  • Recent research in neuroscience shows that each brain processes information differently. The way we learn is as individual as DNA or fingerprints. In its research, CAST has identified three primary brain networks and the roles they play in learning.
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