VIDEO – Universal Design for Learning: The Student Perspective

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As you may already be aware, Instructional Technology Services and the Office of Access and Disability Services have been working to further Haverford’s Universal Design for Learning initiative. Last week, we held a panel which aimed to bring a variety of student perspectives to the discussion. The panel, which was well attended by faculty, staff and students resulted in some very thoughtful conversation. Faculty moderators Ted Brzinski and Adam Rosenblatt helped to frame the discussion and inject some faculty perspective.

At the beginning of the event, we screened a video that was produced and edited by Instructional Technology Specialist Alex Savoth. The video is comprised of interviews that Alex conducted with the student panelists prior to the event, and the content served as a great jumping off point for the discussion.

We’re hoping to create a more comprehensive resource that compiles more student voices, but in the meantime, we welcome any suggestions that you might have.
Please feel free to email me with any questions or concerns.
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