Invitation to the 7th UDL Annual Gathering!

January 19th, 2024

Let’s celebrate and learn from the UDL journeys of our 2022 Cohort! Tuesday, January 23rd, at 1:00 PM CoLab (3F.43) Presenters Luis Dieppa Perez (Student Services), Cheryl Simon (Cinema-Communications), Liam Lachance (English) Susan Judith Hoffman (Humanities) Join us afterward for an open chat about moving forward with UDL at Dawson! On vous attend en très…

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UDL in a Remote Time !

October 15th, 2020

A great infography from Katie Novak (CAST) to navigate to remote learning with UDL. Many interesting links to access to !   “A Roadmap on How to Design Options and Choice for Remote Learning Change is scary – especially when it happens in the cloud. Believe me! I met my husband, Lon, on almost…

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Why UDL Matters for English Language Learners

March 11th, 2020

A powerful storytelling about engagement and UDL. Katie Novak explains why the implementation of universal design for learning (UDL) is best practice to increase engagement in all students. «In 1922, my grandmother moved from Trois-Rivières, a city in Quebec, Canada, at the age of eleven. Speaking only French, and traveling with her older sister, she…

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Bowling as an UDL Metaphor

March 5th, 2020

A remarkable video from Shelley Moore. She explains the importance to reach all the learners and to teach to the most challenging. A great analogy with bowling and the curve ball! Awesome!

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Welcome on UDL@Dawson Blog

November 1st, 2019

UDL@Dawson is a lively learning community about inclusive pedagogy. You can find the pedagogical portfolios of our UDL fellows: reflexive and practical applications of UDL model in different fields.

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A Great Poster about What is UDL ?

September 3rd, 2019

With this infographic, Katie Novak, covers the basics of UDL, including the goals and guidelines, and provides some quick-start implementation tips for educators.   What Is UDL? – Infographic Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an education framework based on decades of neuroscience research and is endorsed throughout the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). UDL…

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Discover the latest portfolios!

August 15th, 2019

New portfolios from the 2018 cohort are now available: Physics, Maria Dikeakos, Student engagement in Science; French, Laetitia Desanti, Challenging readings; E-Learning/French, Chantale Giguère, Inclusive E-Learning; French/Conted, Laura Niculae, Student engagement in Continuing Education. This is the result of a year and a half of work on inclusive pedagogy and the model of Universal Design…

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A New Virtual Community of Practice on AQPC Website

November 1st, 2018

We are pleased to announce that a community of practice on inclusive pedagogy is now available on the Association québécoise de pédagogie collégiale (AQPC) website. In collaboration with several partners, this community intends to respond to the needs of faculty, professionals and support staff from virtually all college services and departments. It is open to everyone who is interested…

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From B.C.

May 4th, 2018

A great UDL site from B.C. Schools to explore. «How do you motivate students to learn in the classroom? The answer may be simpler than you might think. Provide choice.» udlresource-choice  

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Implementing UDL-5 tips to remember

March 27th, 2018

A great graphic by McGill OSD of UDL tips. It’s simple, efficient, and useful when you want to remember steps to implement UDL in your classroom and be inclusive.   udl graphic-5 tips to remember-McGill’s OSD

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