Universal Design for Learning & Multi-Modal Training

//Universal Design for Learning & Multi-Modal Training
Universal Design for Learning & Multi-Modal Training 2018-12-13T10:19:22+00:00

PROJECT ID AND TITLE: HF001 – Universal Design for Learning and Multi-Modal Training

Project completed December 2018

Collaborators:

RELEVANCE TO TECHNICAL TRAINING AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE

This project aims to benchmark, adapt, and introduce new approaches in UDL design-based learning and multi-modal training for air traffic controllers through classifying current pedagogical practices, benchmarking existing and new state-of-the-art learning technologies, recommending adapted and new learning pedagogies, and developing protocols for assessing student learning outcomes. ​

Expected Project Outcomes:

  1. ATC training content analysis of curriculum and classroom observations.
  2. Benchmark best practices for state-of-the-art multi-modal training.
  3. Recommend new or modified ATC training approaches.
  4. Develop assessment protocols of the learning outcomes of the recommended approaches.

VALUE OF RESEARCH:

The project will identify applicable approaches that will enable trainees to learn through multiple pathways instead of a single pathway. If the trainees can better learn based on their individual learning styles, cost and time savings could be realized by increasing the number of trainees who may successfully pass the training courses. The research was concentrated on ATC training that can be later expanded to other technical training. ​Upon completion, future work can be developing a software that accommodates the recommended approaches.​

QUAD CHART AND TECHNICAL POSTERS:

HF001 2017 Expo Poster

HF001 Quadchart 2017

HF001 2018 Technical Poster

Publications:

HF001 Adaptive Learning Pedagogy for UDL and Multimodal Training – conference paper

HF001 Adaptive Learning Pedagogy for UDL and Multimodal Training – journal article

HF001 Real time eye tracking framework to assess trainingHF001 UDL for STEM and Higher Education

HF001 UDL for STEM and Higher Education

HF001 UDL in the framework of neuroscience-based education and neuroimaging-based assessment