Getting Started with Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a research-based instructional design framework for creating a flexible learning environment optimized to meet the needs of a diverse student population. UDL’s purpose is to minimize barriers and maximize learning opportunities for all students through three principles: (1) providing multiple means of engagement, (2) providing multiple means of representation, and (3) providing […]

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MATC Online Teaching Requirements and Training

The online teaching requirements have been updated in the Faculty Handbook  Appendix, please review. The Teaching & Learning Technology team is here to support you in offering courses to help you satisfy the requirements. View the Summer Blackboard Training Schedule. Watch your MATC Gmail for announcements; the fall schedule will be released soon! Contact Teaching and […]

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Authentic Assessment for Engaged Online Learning

Authentic Assessment is a form of assessment that requires learners to demonstrate knowledge and skill through the development of a project or performance that is relevant to a real-world context or problem. It is oftentimes used to engage deeper learning with creativity, represent and assess knowledge through multiple formats, and create direct measures of student knowledge, but […]

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