Quality Student Experiences
Meet QM Review Standards by Applying UDL Checkpoints to the Design and Delivery of Engaging Online Learning Environments
CAST UDL Guidelines recommend providing multiple means of engagement to develop learners who are purposeful and motivated, and therefore successful in their learning pursuits. Join this active learning session to discover and map the connection between UDL checkpoints in the affective domain and QM review standards and then develop a UDL strategy for designing and delivering engaging learning environments that through this alignment implement numerous QM review standards.
Explain how the brain's affective network is responsible for student engagement.
Map the UDL affective networks checkpoints to their appropriate QM rubric standards
Apply UDL checkpoints as a strategy for designing engaging learning that meets QM specific standards
Karen Harris, Instructional Designer, Rutgers University
She has been working over 15 years in the evolving roles of instructional designer, curriculum specialist, and technology consultant at Rutgers University Medical School, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Kean University, Monmouth University & Columbia University. She enjoys participating in University life to the fullest by supporting faculty, students, departments and interest groups. Her Masters Degree in Computing and Education is from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Natalia Kouraeva, Instructional Designer, Rutgers University