Category Archives: Education/Ed Tech
Joy Loss It seems that everybody else has pushed out their opinion about schools, learning loss, and the (hypothetical) post-pandemic way forward. Thus, I’ll provide mine: the best thing that governments, schools, parents, communities…can do for children is to quit fixating … Continue reading
Strong Goals & Flexible Means: What Would Dick Fosbury Do?
People in my professional circles have most likely heard me reference the book “Teaching Every Student In the Digital Age.” The book is about the Universal Design for Learning, an educational framework that was developed by the Center for Applied … Continue reading
The Universal Design for Learning Utility Belt
Recently I wrote of a bottom-up approach to bringing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) into the classroom. I’m happy to share a fantastic blog by Lisa Parisi which provided a teacher’s perspective of UDL. As she describes in her blog, she feels … Continue reading
Bottom-Up Approach to UDL (and an answer to my swears).
(Note: I won’t be offended if you don’t read this blog as long as you read that one that I link to: Lisa Parisi’s excellent post on setting up a universal design for learning environment in the classroom.) Over the … Continue reading