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  • Posted on: CISAH
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    Posted by about 2 months ago
    The UDL Guidelines set the goal of expert learners who are: Purposeful and motivated; resourceful and knowledgeable; strategic and goal-directed.

    How do you define an expert learner in your IAH class?

  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by 2 months ago
    There are important engagements between peer-educator and instructor-educator before and after the actual learning session observation. Check out the attachment (.docx, 86KB) to review this process and the considerations of each "step".
    Peer-Educator_Dialogue_Process.docx

  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by 2 months ago
    It is important to note that the peer-educator dialogue should be an iterative process of lifelong learning and practice improvement. These are tools aimed at helping educators learn with and from one another. How an instructor-educator utilizes or shares the feedback provided in through this dialogue process is completely up to them.

    Click the attachment below to download a copy of the Peer-Educator Dialogue Protocol (.docx, 41KB).
  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by 2 months ago
    A Peer-Educator Dialogue Guide is now available for MSU Educators who want to collaborate in bettering their educator practice through observation and dialogue with other educators (https://iteach.msu.edu/iteachmsu/groups/iteachmsu/stories/2393?param=post). If you'd like to print a copy of the Guide to complete, you can download a copy by clicking the attachment (.docx, 6.32MB) below.

    Note: this resource was adapted 1/2006 from Chism, N.V.N. (1999) Chapter 6: Classroom Observation, Peer R...
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    PeerEducator_DialogueGuide1.docx

  • Posted on: CISAH
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    Posted by 2 months ago
    Hi folks!

    You should see an email going out about this workshop shortly, but I wanted to post some details here as well. On Friday, October 14, from 10-11:30 am, Piril Atabay and I will be facilitating a workshop focusing on the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework and the role it plays in IAH general education classes. We'll be running this event with attendance options for in-person (Linton Hall Room 120) and Zoom (details below), and the meeting will be recorded and posted to ...
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    IAH-UDL_Workshop_Flyer_10-14-22.pdf

  • Posted on: Digital Collaborative Learning for the 21st Century (2022-2023 Learning Community)
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    Posted by 2 months ago
    Our first meeting is tomorrow morning at 10am: Friday, September 30, 2022, and we hope you'll join us! IN the meantime, here is another recent book title that might be interesting to peruse more closely since it seems to be about designing inclusive online learning experiences for students.

    1) Designing Accessible Learning Content: A Practical Guide to Applying best-practice Accessibility Standards to L&D Resources 1st Edition (2021) -- Susi Miller

    2) Dive Into UDL, Second Edition:...
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  • Posted on: Digital Collaborative Learning for the 21st Century (2022-2023 Learning Community)
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    Posted by 2 months ago
    Not required, but interested parties might fight these titles helpful:

    1) Advancing Online Teaching (2021) -- Kevin Kelly and Todd Zakrajsek

    2) Collaborative Learning Techniques (2014) -- Elizabeth F. Barkely, Claire Howell Major, and K. Patricia Cross

    3) Multimodal Learning for the 21st Century Adolescent (2010) -- Tom Bean


    All available through Amazon.

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