Reflection and redesign are essential practices within high quality Universal Design for Learning implementation. Once we’ve designed and implemented a particular learning experience, our work has just begun. Best practice dictates that we should reflect on that learning experience: What went well? What might we change next time? What barriers didn’t we anticipate? Who did we leave out of our design?
Reflecting on our practice is a core part of the success of the #UDLchat community. Our questions for this chat were:
- Q1: Identify one UDL win you experienced this year. What qualifies it as a win?
- Q2: Just as we have successes we also must acknowledge our failures. What is one UDL failure you experienced this year. What did you take away from it?
- Q3: Identify one instructional piece you would redesign and attempt again. Would you redesign a portion of it specifically or the whole thing?
#UDLchat archive for May 15, 2019:
How do you use reflection in your learning design process? Let us know in the comments or add your thoughts using the #UDLchat hashtag on Twitter.