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    Retrofit Framaworks and Universal Design for learning

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    Please explain the differenes between the Retrofit Framework and Universal Design for learning. What implications are there for the classroom?

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    I located an article on the Web relating to this topic which explains both concepts your posting addresses:

    http://escholarship.bc.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1688&context=education/tecplus

    In it, the authors discuss a form of differentiated learning related to each term. It appears that both terms, Universal Design and Retrofit Fremawork, are "tweaks" upon the differentiated learning idea. First, differentiated learning is instruction that takes into account the varying needs of each learner in the class, and adjusts that instruction to better meet the needs of each child. Both ...

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    Web reference article URL and definition os both differentiation terms, with examples/descriptions of how both are derived and accomplished.

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