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Looking through the rear-view mirror

Rear-view mirror: reflecting about practice through the lens of Universal Design for Learning principles and practices to inform learning design

Months of pandemic teaching and learning have highlighted issues of access and accessibility, which have disproportionally affected some under-served student populations. Students and teachers are experiencing the literal meaning of the word ‘distraction’, from the Latin dis (apart) + trahere (to drag): we are all being dragged apart, pulled in many different directions . Hence, intentionally …

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360 degree inclusive feedback poster

360 degree inclusive feedback for learning through storying

Inclusive feedback for learning is like a flower. A flower is both fragile and resilient. To thrive it needs good conditions, such as good soil. Who is the learner in the feedback process? It is the student. But it is also the teacher. Both students and teachers can thrive with inclusive feedback for learning. The …

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Feedback is a gift

Feedback is a gift

Sure enough, a grade is a form of feedback, but it is neither inclusive nor sustainable. Feedback can refer to (1) the information a learner gets regarding their learning (from multiple sources, including inner dialogue) but also to (2) the processes around the gathering, meaning-making and actions following that information. In this blog, I discuss …

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