UDL: Part III - Multiple Means of Action and Expression
Evidence Based Practices in Blended Learning
Contemporary classrooms include a more diverse mix of students than ever before. 21st century students bring a wide variety of interests, skills and expectations to the classroom. Are you looking for new ways to connect with students by diversifying how you design activities and resources for your classes? Have you wondered about techniques for reaching more of your students using a range of strategies? During the third session of the new 3-part online series, we will continue our discussion of the concepts of Universal Design for Learning, which focus on designing instruction that is usable by all students. Strategies for providing multiple ways for learners to organize, plan and perform course activities, as well as express their ideas, will be discussed.