UDL and Blended Learning: Removing Barriers with Design

Catlin Tucker

In my new book with Dr. Katie Novak, UDL and Blended Learning , I share a story about working with an architect to design a new home after my family lost our house in the Tubbs Fire in 2017. Blended Learning Learning Online Learning Teaching Resources Technology in the classroom

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Breaking the Blockbuster Model


Recently, I’ve been a part of some really good conversations around trends in grading practices , parent access to the classroom curriculum , and use of UDL. Ultimately though, I think what I want out of it most of all is a chance to start a conversation around the traditional ways we’ve thought about teaching, learning, creating, and consuming content in our classrooms. Classroom: The owner decides what to show / feature. Classroom.

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10 Awesome Courses To Improve Your Online Classroom

The CoolCatTeacher

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Teaching online and blending classrooms is a hot topic, but there’s always room for improvement. In this blog post, you’ll discover ten topics that can help you improve your online or blended classroom.

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The Value of Digital Reading – From Beth Holland


If we approach the process of reading with “Universal Design for Learning” as an instructional blueprint, then all students could benefit from accessibility features and not just those who may have a language-based or print-based learning disorder. If the learning objective is comprehension of the material, and not decoding of the text, then this feature provides an additional pathway to access the material. Flipped Classroom. This post first appeared on Diversa.

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To Flip or Not to Flip? That is the Question!

Fractus Learning

One popular educational model called the Flipped Classroom, combines the power of technology and pedagogy to enhance learning. A typical Flipped lesson begins with a video or online presentation that occurs at home, while students complete assignments and ask questions inside the classroom. According to a 2014 Project Tomorrow survey, 29 percent of classroom teachers in the United States are using or have used the Flipped Classroom pedagogical model.

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Here’s the Syllabus for Your Summer Crash Course in Online Education


Good teaching is good teaching, regardless of whether it happens in a classroom, on Zoom or any other delivery modality. Building Online Learning Communities: Effective Strategies for the Virtual Classroom ,” by Rena M. You learned how to Zoom, or Hangout, or Team up.

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