Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    Anne-Louise Robertson
    UDL in the CLOUD
    22 March
    Public discussion Created by Anne-Louise Robertson

    I was reading through the many tweets from teachers asking for advice about how to transfer their classrooms into an online space.  As well as thinking about how everyone is panicking about the technology and forgetting about the pedagogy, it reminded me of Katie Novak's book "UDL in the Cloud". It's a quick and easy read with some real gems and probably worth pointing a few people towards as they grapple with their planning. 

    You can get it as an eBook here (we also have at least one copy in the CORE library.

    I was thinking about the same book last week too. smiley  

    The 3 UDL Principles are a great place to start our thinking.

    What ways are we designing and supporting learner variability online.. starting with our learners at the centre and what we know about them in this context.

     

    Universal Design for Learning Principles

     

     

     

    - By Linda
      • Linda
        By Linda
        Mar 23

        I was thinking about the same book last week too. smiley  

        The 3 UDL Principles are a great place to start our thinking.

        What ways are we designing and supporting learner variability online.. starting with our learners at the centre and what we know about them in this context.

         

        Universal Design for Learning Principles

         

         

         

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