Universal Design: Places to Start

Jay Dolmage

Abstract


Beginning with a series of possible ways to introduce an essay on Universal Design for Learning, this contribution instead resolves to offer a long listing or inventory of different places to start implementing Universal Design in classroom settings. The goal is to reframe Universal Design away from checklists and reductive formulas and towards more critical, problematized and active forms of engagement or "ways to move." The long archive is also offered through a linked Wiki which provides a place to add ideas, respond to those already offered, and suggest ways that access needs might collide.


Keywords


Universal Design; access; interest convergence; neurorhetorics; learning styles; teaching; pedagogy; wiki.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v35i2.4632

Copyright (c) 2015 Jay Dolmage



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