Video interview. If you’ve already watched our brief videos on what UDL is, how to implement it, and tips for group work, this one can direct you to further resources.
“This is the most fundamental lesson in founding an autistic student club: you are not alone”: college support group founder Justin Robbins.
Video. STEM grad student Patrick Dwyer sits down with UC Davis’s Accessible Tech Analyst Joshua Hori for an overview of Livescribe Smartpen, Sonocent Audio Notetaker, and ClaroPDF.
Stuck in a rut with group work? This brief video offers simple steps for using UDL principles to improve your group work outcomes.
Simple steps for incorporating UDL principles into your pedagogy. Lecture, resource, syllabus, and assessment strategies.
The goal is not to provide a golden ticket to whatever a student wants. The goal is to provide them with an equitable classroom experience that gives them an equal opportunity to succeed.
When you see bullying, act. One of the most important things people can do is not to become a “passive bystander” when others are being bullied.
Don’t be discouraged if a first or second attempt at reaching out fails—just look for the next opportunity.
To me, “honors” is about the quality of your work, the quality of your thinking. It’s not about whether you can do this full time.
Audio interview. “It happens to people teaching in any kind of academic discipline, where students think [their instructors] can give them advice on things that they’re really not qualified to talk about. We’re discipline experts.”