Choose Your Own Adventure: Giving Students Choice in Assessment Using UDL
How do we support student choice in demonstrating content mastery? Learn how to critically examine your assessment strategies to see where you can incorporate student choice of their own tools. Further, learn how to support more inclusive Universal Design for Learning practices in showcasing learning. Finally, learn how to design your D2L rubric to prioritize content and mastery over submission format.
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If you have an idea for a potential future workshop, please feel free to send your suggestions to Dr. Lando Carter.