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Sharing the spirit..

On this eve of Martin Luther King day, it seems so fitting to share this blog post. Today I made the wise choice to see the movie “Blind Side”. As this story begin to unfold and throughout, I was reminded … Continue reading

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Considering a UDL form of assessment – vocational evaluation

Several articles have addressed the importance of universal design for learning (UDL) and assessment, taking the direction of how these approaches are designed and delivered to reach all learners. However, if we think about the three principles of UDL — … Continue reading

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UDL Principle #2: Provide multiple opportunities for learners to demonstrate what they know

Recently I had the opportunity to talk with a parent of one of my past college students — a very talented young graphic designer. As we chatted, I learned about how a natural aptitude for art emerged in this youngster … Continue reading

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