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Universal Design for Learning

Wrap Up

Congratulations, you’ve just completed Module 3!

Have a look at Giulia Forsythe’s doodle summary of the Representation principle and the importance of an equity perspective in teaching and learning approaches.

Summary of Module 3: Representation4:52 min

As you are posting your Representation Draft Plan and checking responses, you may also want to have another look for new responses to posts in the first four Collaborative Activities.

  • Did you jot down notes on your reflection on your intersecting identities?
  • Consider the Plus-One idea in Module 1. What decolonizing curriculum next step do you have planned?
  • Consider your own experience of comprehension when doing the Mastery Multiple Choice Activity!
  • You can download a pdf of this module by returning to the main pageOpens in a new window.

You are in the home stretch!

Now it’s time to put together what you’ve learned in the previous modules about activating the principles of Engagement and Representation through a decolonizing curriculumOpens in a new window lens, to explore the expanded horizons of Action and Expression!

See you in Module 4!


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