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Post-Hurricanes and during pandemics, "meeting students where they are" takes on a new meaning. Using the frameworks of backwards design, transparent assignments, and inclusive pedagogy, I will describe some minor changes you can make to ensure that all students have an equally opportunity to learn in your class whatever the format.
 
Post-Hurricanes and during pandemics, "meeting students where they are" takes on a new meaning. Using the frameworks of backwards design, transparent assignments, and inclusive pedagogy, I will describe some minor changes you can make to ensure that all students have an equally opportunity to learn in your class whatever the format.

Revision as of 16:55, 14 September 2021

Originally presented for CAT+FD on 15 Sept. 2021 by Elizabeth Yost Hammer [1]

Post-Hurricanes and during pandemics, "meeting students where they are" takes on a new meaning. Using the frameworks of backwards design, transparent assignments, and inclusive pedagogy, I will describe some minor changes you can make to ensure that all students have an equally opportunity to learn in your class whatever the format.


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