Universal design for learning (UDL) is a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific and research-based insights into how humans learn. The tenets of UDL support learners across the spectrum of abilities, and at its core align with good teaching practices. UDL addresses three learning networks of the … Continue reading Universal Design for Learning Benefits All Learners
Category: Teaching Tip
Quick and short tips on teaching practices.
Midterm. A word that can cause anxiety in even the most prepared student. I’ve talked to a number of faculty since midterms were posted, and the conversation often centered on how to support students who either received a midterm in the course they teach, or how to support a student they advise who received a … Continue reading Supporting and Promoting Self-Directed Learners
With the semester well underway we know a number of faculty take advantage of the speakers the University Lectures Program brings to campus. For faculty who require students to attend these lectures for credit, there is now a quick and easy to use system in place that allows students to “sign in” by swiping their … Continue reading Two New(ish) Campus Resources to Support Teaching