Smart from the start: The promise of Universal Design for Learning

These researchers examined the response of high school students (including students with special needs) to an online history textbook chapter offering multiple representations of content and strategic supports such as an online dictionary and links to Internet resources. Qualitative findings indicated that students appreciated the flexible presentation of content, ease of locating information, and portability.

Author: 
Pisha, B., & Coyne, P.
Year: 
2001
Source: 
Remedial and Special Education, 22(4), 197-203
Type: 
Related Research
Grade Level: 
secondary
IDEA Disability Category: 
autism
emotional disturbance
major-other health impairment
specific learning disability
speech or language impairment
Instructional Support: 
multimedia products and projects
multiple formats of text and notation
Embedded Resources: 
e-dictionary