After looking at Why UDL is important and What it is, we have finally reached The How of UDL, Action and Expression, so that you can make some meaningful and practical changes to your own course. Remember the UDL Guidelines Fortunately, or not, depending on how you look at it, UDL doesn’t come with a […]Read more "The How: Action and Expression"
New York to LA A man told three people that they were to travel across the country from New York to Los Angeles. The first individual packed a carry on suitcase, headed to LaGuardia airport, bought a ticket from the Delta Airlines counter, took off his shoes for TSA, and arrived at LAX about 4 […]Read more "Food for Thought"
Because of learner variability it is important to adapt how we present information to our students using multiple methods. “Learning, and transfer of learning, occurs when multiple representations are used, because it allows students to make connections within, as well as between, concepts. In short, there is not one means of representation that will be […]Read more "The What: Multiple Means of Representation"
Multiple Means of Engagement Every one of us has strengths and limitations when it comes to learning and teaching. We know that there is a wide variety of Community college students, ranging from those entering at the developmental level, grad students meeting a requirement or professionals looking to fulfill continuing education requirements. In addition to […]Read more "The Why: Multiple Means of Engagement"
Please watch this introductory video in order to gain a better understanding of Universal Design for Learning. After you watch this video, please click the arrow to move on to the next slide.Read more "Introductory Video"