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Universal Design for Learning

Universal design (UD) refers to the consideration of the needs for persons with disabilities in regards to physical spaces and objects.  The Principles of Universal Design (1997) are equitable use, flexibility of use, simple and intuitive use, perceptible information, tolerance for error, low physical effort, and size and space for appropriate use. 429 more words

Instructional Design

How to Create a Constructivist Learning Environment Through Hosting a Dinner Party

Imagine you’re hosting a dinner party.

Some of your guests will know each other but many people won’t.

How would you:

1) plan,
2) prepare, and… 843 more words

Teaching Strategies

#AECTRTD is seeking nominations

Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

We are looking for candidates to serve in the AECT Research & Theory Division Board (2018 – 2019), in the positions listed below: 294 more words


Could This Be the Biggest Instructional Mistake Teachers Make?

Instructors often use their past experiences as students to validate their decisions with current students. Could this be the biggest instructional mistake they make?

I was listening to… 440 more words