universal design for learning representation solutions

Misrepresentation and Misalignment: Developing a Structured Interview Guide with +1 UDL Representation Solutions

Misrepresentation and Misalignment: Developing a Structured Interview Guide with +1 UDL Representation Solutions By Rob LeGary, Jr., Director, Master of Education Program and Assistant Professor, Goodwin University One of the challenges I encountered in the Effective Classroom Environments course in … Continue reading Misrepresentation and Misalignment: Developing a Structured Interview Guide with +1 UDL Representation Solutions

universal design for learning in statistics course

Decoding the Central Limit Theorem: Using Multiple Representations to Enhance Student Success in Statistics

Decoding the Central Limit Theorem: Using Multiple Representations to Enhance Student Success in Statistics by Michael Litke, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Goodwin University About one-third of the way through Goodwin University’s STAT 167 course, there is a massive increase in … Continue reading Decoding the Central Limit Theorem: Using Multiple Representations to Enhance Student Success in Statistics

design thinking cycle UDL

Reimagining a Business Course Through a Cycle of Design Thinking

Reimagining a Business Course Through a Cycle of Design Thinking by Matt Connell Program Director, Business Administration with Diana LaRocco Dean, School of Applied Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Director, Goodwin University Institute for Learning Innovation Sitting through my students’ final presentations for Business … Continue reading Reimagining a Business Course Through a Cycle of Design Thinking

how to use technology to engage students

Using Technology to Teach and Course Adjustment to Capture Student Attention

Using Technology to Teach and Course Adjustment to Capture Student Attention By Annjanette Bennar, Director of Mathematics, Computer Literacy and Communications and Assistant Professor At Goodwin University, I teach an introductory computer applications class covering computer hardware and software, Microsoft … Continue reading Using Technology to Teach and Course Adjustment to Capture Student Attention

universal design for learning tips for educators

Making Small Changes: Practical Faculty Advice in UDL at Goodwin University

Making Small Changes: Practical Faculty Advice in UDL at Goodwin University by Amy Beauchemin, Associate Professor, Sociology; Matt Connell, Assistant Professor and Program Director, Business Administration; and Phillip Fox, Associate Professor and Director, English — Goodwin University At Goodwin University, … Continue reading Making Small Changes: Practical Faculty Advice in UDL at Goodwin University

program for formerly incarcerated college students

Four Strategies to Overcome the Challenges of Facilitating Formerly Incarcerated Learners

During the spring 2020 semester, I facilitated a cohort of 15 learners in Goodwin University’s ENet program. ENet is an entrepreneurial program that provides learners who were formerly incarcerated the opportunity to earn a small business start-up certificate at Goodwin. … Continue reading Four Strategies to Overcome the Challenges of Facilitating Formerly Incarcerated Learners