Reflection1: At the core of UDL is the premise that often the curriculum is disabled and disabling. It is not flexible and consequently prevents rather than supports optimal learning experiences. Do you agree or disagree with this view? Why or why not?
I do agree with this view - too often we are confronted with the idea that "it's always been done that way" or "this has worked for decades, so why change?" but this doesn't take into consideration how technology has changed the way students think and learn. We have to be flexible with our expectations and with our methods of delivery. We must be willing to expand our own horizons and step outside our areas of comfort to meet students where they are comfortable!


5, 4, 3, 2, 1
5 new technologies to try
4 ideas to share with others
3 principles of Universal Design for Learning
2 changes in your teaching to reach all learners in the Digital Age
1 BIG idea to implement “on Monday”