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Using Co-creation and Instant Feedback for Teaching

This study argues that virtual learning environments for co-creation and mobile apps could represent valuable tools for effective UDL practice.

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This session presents co-creation work and WhatsApp use to enhance learning. Dr. Furmonaviciene co-created an online textbook with an undergraduate student group of around two hundred students. The students completed their co-creation as group work during the revision sessions for the module. UDL underpins innovative teaching ways, where every student can actively learn. Co-creation of an online textbook and WhatsApp use increased student engagement and allowed students to provide unique inputs. This study argues that virtual learning environments for co-creation and mobile apps could represent valuable tools for effective UDL practice.

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Ruta Furmonaviciene

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December 15, 2020

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Engaging Learners Remotely

Strategies and resources to engage learners in remote learning.

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In this webinar we discuss strategies on engaging learners in remote learning. See below for related resources:

Engaging Learners Webinar Slides

UDL Strategies for Remote Learning

Engage Learners Remotely Website

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Professional Development

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March 25, 2020

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Engaging Learners Remotely

Strategies and resources to engage learners in remote learning.

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In this webinar we discuss strategies on engaging learners in remote learning. See below for related resources:

Engaging Learners Webinar Slides

UDL Strategies for Remote Learning

Engage Learners Remotely Website

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CAST

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Professional Development

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March 25, 2020

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Think UDL Podcast

ThinkUDL is a podcast about Universal Design for Learning where we hear from the people who are designing and implementing strategies in post-secondary settings with learner variability in mind.

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ThinkUDL is a podcast developed and created by College STAR (Supporting Transition Access & Retention). The purpose of the podcast is to expose listenters to educational practitioners that are implementing UDL at all levels from novice to expert. ThinkUDL is hosted by Lillian Nave who is currently teaching at Appalachian State University. In hosting ThinkUDL, Lillian seeks to discover not just WHAT the guests she interviews are teaching, learning, guiding, and facilitating, but HOW they design and implement it, and WHY it even matters! Topics that have been discused on the show thus far include:

  • Why Learn?
  • How UDL Values Learners
  • Making UDL Work For Everyone

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Lillian Nave

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March 26, 2019

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Inclusive Education and the Three-Block Model of UDL

The Three-Block Model of UDL is a framework encom- passing the cornerstones of inclusive education; social and emotional well-being and belonging, inclusive instruction- al practice, and systems and structures.

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The Three-Block Model of UDL is a framework encom- passing the cornerstones of inclusive education; social and emotional well-being and belonging, inclusive instruction- al practice, and systems and structures. Research indicates the model has significant, positive impacts on students’ self-concept, respect for diverse others, inclusivity, class- room climate, and social and academic engagement while reducing exclusion, and aggressive behaviour. Implemen- tation of the model reduces teacher stress, improves teach- er efficacy relative to teaching diverse learners, and re- quires specific supports for effective implementation.

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November 27, 2018

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UDL Learning Walks

A UDL Learning Walk is a brief, structured classroom visit that allows participants to see UDL in action. It engages teachers, school administrators and district leaders in active learning about UDL.

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A “Learning Walk” is a brief, structured school or classroom visit that provides administrators, principals and teachers opportunities to reflect on teaching techniques, learning practices, and student engagement. A "UDL Learning Walk" allows participants to see UDL in action. It helps bridge the gap between theory and practice, engaging teachers, school administrators and district leaders in active learning about UDL.

 

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HIAT, Montgomery County Maryland Public Schools

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May 19, 2020

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