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Presented at SAIT on March 9, 2018 by Jennefer Rousseau of Bow Valley College.
Action Research: Tinkering with Universal Design Ideas

Description: At Bow Valley College, School instructors are encouraged to use universal design for learning practices in their class. Jennefer Rousseau, an advocate for UDL, was eager to use the D2L discussion board as a means to implement “rotating notetaking”. In an epic fail, Jennefer decided to use action research to customize a UDL idea to meet the needs of her specific learners. Come listen to her journey and perhaps even influence her research.

Presented at SAIT on March 9, 2018 by Jennefer Rousseau of Bow Valley College.
Action Research: Tinkering with Universal Design Ideas

Description: At Bow Valley College, School instructors are encouraged to use universal design for learning practices in their class. Jennefer Rousseau, an advocate for UDL, was eager to use the D2L discussion board as a means to implement “rotating notetaking”. In an epic fail, Jennefer decided to use action research to customize a UDL idea to meet the needs of her specific learners. Come listen to her journey and perhaps even influence her research.

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  1. 1. ACTION RESEARCH Tinkering with Universal Design Ideas
  2. 2. What is Universal Design for Learning?
  3. 3. Rotating Peer Notetaker
  4. 4. Advantages? ■contribute to the learning of peers ■ access to missed material ■ see how others take notes ■eliminates the need for paid notetaker ■accommodation for a disability
  5. 5. Initial Problems ■Expected ■Unexpected
  6. 6. We recommend that notes be submitted to the instructor for posting on D2L. This gives the instructor an opportunity to do a “quality check” before posting.
  7. 7. Rotating NoteTaking Fail
  8. 8. Action Research
  9. 9. ■ poor quality ■ do not aid students with disabilities ■ weak number of views ■ experience note taking ■ experience using new D2L feature
  10. 10. New Outcomes ■ contribute to the learning (of peers ?) ■ access to missed material ■ model notetaking ■ eliminates the need for paid notetaker ■ accommodation for a disability ■ increase practice with D2l features
  11. 11. JENNEFER ROUSSEAU JROUSSEAU@BOWVALLEYCOLLEGE.CA

Editor's Notes

  • https://youtu.be/mcKvXGTnZEY
  • Photo stock image

    Signs up to takes notes
    Takes notes
    Post notes on discussion board
    Gets a small participation grade
  • Expected:
    How do I get a participation grade if I can’t take notes?
    Do I get N/A? Contribution to the class. Can I take oral notes? Video Notes? Notes in Pictures?

    Unexpected: unable to take valuable notes under ELA 30-2 level.
  • Rotating Note Taking at its Best!
    Modeling.
    Takes Time
    Can’t give answers
  • Read the fine print
  • ELA 10-2 student .
  • Hockey Canada Image
    Para Hockey Player Tyler McGregor (2016) World Sledge Hockey Challenge
    sled hockey, is a sport that was designed to allow participants who have a physical disability to play the game of ice hockey. Para ice hockey was invented in the early 1960s in Stockholm, Sweden, at a rehabilitation centre. It is currently one of the most popular sports in the Winter Paralympic Games.[1]

    How do we customize an idea to meet our need? We look at the Pros and the cons
  • Before the class

    Today we will do this versus Today we read, “we did this”

    Question 1: Identify prior knowledge

    Tasks that are mandatory: login in to d2l, use the discussion board INCREASE VIEWS, think about subject “warm up the brain”
  • Question 2: inquire about subject

    Possible: Question 3: try to answer someone’s question.

    Reward: Participation grade

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