UDL Case Study: Strategies for Active Learning in Bilingual Classrooms

This case study explores case-based learning strategies for active learning in bilingual classrooms with Deaf and hearing students. A five-part video series is provided. In part one, Dr. Sandi Connelly describes how she checks for understanding when teaching cases in large classes. In part two, Connelly discusses technology and digital media, and how different tech creates options for how to represent content. Connelly also highlights how different tech can give students choices in how to express their understanding. In part three, Connelly describes how she adjusts her instruction on the fly and makes trade-offs in covering all the content in order to support student learning. In part four, Connelly explains how she works with interpreters to support active learning. In part five, Connelly discusses how technology can help her create a classroom community inclusive of all students.


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Date Of Record Release
May 12th, 2022 at 8:41am (W3C-DTF)
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