Corgi: Digital graphic organizers for building higher-order thinking skills.

Corgi: Digital Graphic Organizers

Learn about Corgi, a set of digital graphic organizers with lots of built-in accessibility tools and supports.

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We love graphic organizers. They’re tried and true teaching tools. But on paper, they can present barriers. Inaccessible to many assistive technologies, some learners can’t use them at all.

That’s why we’ve created Corgi, a set of digital graphic organizers with lots of built-in accessibility tools and supports. We’re aiming to make graphic organizers work better for every student in every learning environment. 

Corgi is a free web-based application that works with Google Classroom. Come try it out, learn how to utilize it with students, and preview new features we’re currently designing for Corgi 2.0!

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Cara Wojcik
Jenna Gravel

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WCAG v2.0 AA

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November 30, 2020

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An Implementation Tool That Works To Define A Gold Standard

The Profile’s success stems from its ability to create empowering dialogue between educators as they share and build upon one another’s teaching experiences and UDL principles.

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It’s been dubbed “the million dollar” question: what does a UDL classroom really look like? Truly, there isn’t one correct answer to that question. However, all successful UDL classrooms make use of common elements. A Practice Profile includes those common elements and helps teachers implement and refine UDL practices. At the organizational level, a Practice Profile helps districts define what makes up UDL classrooms and what UDL classrooms look like across their different educational settings. The Profile’s success stems from its ability to create empowering dialogue between educators as they share and build upon one another’s teaching experiences and UDL principles. This session explores what a Practice Profile is, ways they are used, and how to go about personalizing a Practice Profile template to improve instructional UDL practice.

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Cherie Smith, Greg Amend, Mary Lane

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January 15, 2019

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It’s been dubbed “the million dollar” question: what does a UDL classroom really look like? Truly, there isn’t one correct answer to that question. However, all successful UDL classrooms make use of common elements. A Practice Profile includes those common elements and helps teachers implement and refine UDL practices. At the organizational level, a Practice Profile helps districts define what makes up UDL classrooms and what UDL classrooms look like across their different educational settings. The Profile’s success stems from its ability to create empowering dialogue between educators as they share and build upon one another’s teaching experiences and UDL principles. This session explores what a Practice Profile is, ways they are used, and how to go about personalizing a Practice Profile template to improve instructional UDL practice.

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