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Multiple Fares on Specialized Transit

The first review of the AODA’s Transportation Standards became public in 2018. In this review, the AODA Transportation Standards Development Committee recommends changes to the existing Transportation Standards. In addition, the Committee also recommends action from other sectors of the province, to remove accessibility barriers that impact transportation. This article will discuss the Committee’s recommendations for avoiding multiple fares on specialized transit.

Multiple Means of Engagement

Multiple means of engagement is one of the three principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Teachers and other educators can use multiple means of engagement to make their lessons accessible to a wide variety of learners.

Multiple Means of Engagement

Multiple means of engagement refers to the need to motivate learners in diverse ways. Teachers use this principle when they find more than one way to interest students in the concepts they are learning about.

Multiple Means of Action or Expression

Multiple means of action or expression is one of the three principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Teachers and other educators can use multiple means of action or expression to make their lessons accessible to a wide variety of learners.

Multiple Means of Action or Expression

Multiple means of action or expression refers to offering students diverse ways of expressing what they have learned. Teachers use this principle when they find more than one way to assess the knowledge students have gained.

Multiple Means of Representation

Multiple means of representation is one of the three principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Teachers and other educators can use multiple means of representation to make their lessons accessible to a wide variety of learners.

Multiple Means of Representation

Multiple means of representation refers to presenting information in multiple ways. Teachers use this principle when they find more than one way to explain a concept or provide information.

Offering Alternatives for Auditory Information in Universal Design for Learning

Offering alternatives for auditory information is a universal design for learning (UDL) guideline that supports multiple means of representation. The UDL guidelines were developed by an organization called CAST. This article will explore how teachers and other educators can offer auditory information in ways that learners can access using their other senses.

Offering Alternatives for Auditory Information in Universal Design for Learning

Offering alternatives for auditory information means presenting audio information in other ways, such as: