• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 20 minutes
  • Number of questions: 24
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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DQ - 10 - Universal Design For Learning

DQ - 10 - Universal Design For Learning

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___________________  components include instructional goals and objectives, methods of instructional delivery, materials used for learning, and assessments.

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Since students difer in how they respond to learning environments, it is critical that they not only have tools and technologies that will assist them,
but support in using those tools. Instruction should be designed in a manner that is compatible with the different tools and assistive technologies learners use. An example would be ensuring that electronic reading materials and activities presented to students are screen reader compatible and accessible by keyboard.

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Be aware that information presented audibly may not be accessible to students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Consider providing captions and
transcripts for video and audio, incorporate speech-to-text technology in the classroom, and supply visual interpretations of music or sounds.

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_______________  Perceiving and gathering information, understanding ideas, recalling facts, and recognizing voices and language are all examples of how recognition networks work in our brains. Recognition networks enable us to collect knowledge.

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Be cognizant that information presented in a visual format may not be accessible to students who may be blind or visually impaired, or to students
who may not know how to interpret graphics due to their backgrounds. Provide both print and electronic descriptions of images and graphics, and
use physical, tactile models (maps, atomic structures) for students to touch to grasp information.

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_______________ issues tend to affect every user, both users with disabilities and users without disabilities.

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_____________________  refers to all aspects of learning are designed to be modified based on various learner needs.

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___________ determines how easy a design’s user interface is to use and how functional a product or design is the components used for evaluating usability can also be applied to accessibility.

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_______________ focuses on how usable and satisfying a product or service is to people with disabilities, including but not limited to people who use assistive technologies.

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___________________  is an approach to designing curricula that eliminates barriers in the learning environment in order to improve educational experiences for all learners.

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Teachers should consider presenting information in print as well as in digital formats. When digital materials are presented, students should be able to
customize the information according to their specifific needs. For example, learners should be able to adjust text and image sizes, change fonts, color
contrast, the sound and speed levels of audio and video resources.

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__________________  for learning should be incorporated into instructional design to effectively educate diverse learners.

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Ensuring that a web page is___________  accessible assists those who are blind, those who may have a motor impairment, or users without disabilities who prefer to use  browsing and navigating.

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Learners can concentrate better on their education when they know that their classroom environment is safe. Threats and distractions in the classroom can have a negative impact on the learning process. Instructors should aim to minimize threats and distractions, keeping in mind that threats and
distractions vary from student to student. Some students may be sensitive to sensory stimuli like flflashing lights or video containing too much motion.
Other students may fifind unexpected activities or changes in routine troubling. Teachers should maintain a safe and supportive classroom. Prepare students for activities through a daily calendar and ready them for challenges they may face while completing certain tasks. Vary activities that may stimulate certain senses and allow students to take brief breaks or timeouts if necessary.

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_______________  strategic networks work include planning and organizing tasks, connecting ideas together, executing actions and demonstrating skills.

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One way instructors can involve students in their learning experiences is to encourage them to choose how they will achieve instructional objectives.
Providing options for learners and allowing them to pick what is best for them to meet objectives makes them feel more connected to their education.
Teachers should consider letting students choose how they will be assessed for particular activities, what tools and resources to use for research, and
choose rewards they can attain in the classroom environment. Support individual choice and autonomy.

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______________ issues occur when people with disabilities encounter difficulties using or accessing a product or service

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When learners do not see the value in information or know how the information relates to them, they tend to lose interest pretty quickly. To
recruit interest, teachers should emphasize relevance and help learners connect to topics through authentic assessments and activities. Students
vary greatly in their interests, so incorporating variety in these activities is essential. Helping students make personal connections to information and
inviting them to participate and reflect on their learning can enable them to see the value in their education.

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Eradicating the approach to designing "one-size-fifits-all" instruction is key to __________________ . Designing curricula extends beyond designing for only one type of learner.

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_____________ practices that promote using simple language and intuitive designs may assist those with cognitive disabilities to use a product or service more productively.

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________________ , they are attentive to what is being taught and are motivated to learn more.

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Using _____________  for web pages not only helps people who have low vision or colorblindness, but it also helps those using their devices in bright sunlight.

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_______________  in the brain enable us to assign significant or personal meaning to newly acquired Knowledge.

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Learners are diverse in the way they respond physically to educational environments. For instance, there are students who may need more time to
complete activities and assessments due to motor disabilities, cognitive disabilities, speech disabilities, or language barriers. Instructors should be
flexible and provide multiple alternatives that maximize learners' physical interaction in the classroom.

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