Design Effective and Accessible Online Activities, Interaction & Assessments

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Course Objectives/Outcomes

An effective online teaching and learning environment starts with well-articulated course learning objectives/outcomes.

Backwards Design

Consider a backwards design approach

  • What should students be able to know/do? (learning outcomes)
  • How do students provide evidence/demonstrate their understanding/learning? (assessments)
  • What are the learning activities? What is the content? (experiences, engagement, instruction)

Resource: c3Design

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Use UDL principles (consider accessibility).

  1. Provide multiple means of engagement.
  2. Provide multiple means of representation
  3. Provide multiple means of action & expression.

 

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