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11.8 Designing Group Work with Universal Design for Learning

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice?   There are many great arguments for using group work in your classes, either as an instructional strategy in class or as a component of formal graded assignments. In her book Learning to Collaborate, Collaborating to Learn: Engaging Students in the Classroom and Online, Janet Salmons reviews the research …

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SIP 1.8: Inclusive Class Discussions

Several college students in a classroom with a professor. All of the students have their hands raised.

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? Exchanging information, ideas and opinions in open and provocative discussion lies at the heart of inclusive and collaborative learning. A good discussion can be an unmatched learning experience as students articulate their ideas and develop skills in evaluating the evidence of their own and others’ positions. Given such, it …

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SIP 9.1 Reasons and Strategies for Pronouncing Students’ Names Correctly

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? At a diverse university like MSU Denver, there is a good chance there will be several names on your class rosters which you will not recognize and likely struggle to pronounce. Taking the time to learn to pronounce your students’ (and coworkers’) names correctly is an effort that is …

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