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# [https://ctl.columbia.edu/resources-and-technology/teaching-with-technology/teaching-online/inclusive-teaching/ Visit the Inclusive Teaching and Learning Online resources from Columbia University.]
 
# [https://ctl.columbia.edu/resources-and-technology/teaching-with-technology/teaching-online/inclusive-teaching/ Visit the Inclusive Teaching and Learning Online resources from Columbia University.]
 
# [https://blogs.oregonstate.edu/osuteaching/2021/09/08/increasing-resilience-through-modular-teaching/ Read the OSU blog post, Increasing Resilience Through Modular Teaching.]
 
# [https://blogs.oregonstate.edu/osuteaching/2021/09/08/increasing-resilience-through-modular-teaching/ Read the OSU blog post, Increasing Resilience Through Modular Teaching.]
# [https://tilthighered.com/tiltexamplesandresources Check out the Transparency in Learning and Teaching site for examples and resources.]
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# [https://udlguidelines.cast.org/ Explore the principles of Universal Design for Learning]
 
# [https://udlguidelines.cast.org/ Explore the principles of Universal Design for Learning]
 
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Revision as of 20:04, 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.


  1. Slide deck
  2. Visit the Inclusive Teaching and Learning Online resources from Columbia University.
  3. Read the OSU blog post, Increasing Resilience Through Modular Teaching.
  4. Check out our Transparency in Learning and Teaching resources.
  5. Explore the principles of Universal Design for Learning
  6. Subscribe to our blog, CAT FooD (for thought)