To Do:

  1. Explore the UDL Explorer and try one of the challenges.
  2. When entering your response for this activity, be sure to name and link to the specific UDL Challenge you chose.
  3. After you make your submission, save the web address to your response (found in the green confirmation box) so you can use it later for your badge submission form. 

This activity is part of the Let’s Experiment section of the Experimenter Module.

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3 Responses for this Activity

  • What is your favorite breakfast food?
    by Christine Tsou (@Christine Tsou)

    I created this H5P for building a community. Students learn each others’ favorite breakfast.

  • Challenge 2 – Create an Activity that Creates Community
    by Heather Leveille (@heathermleveille)

    I chose to complete the second challenge – create an activity that creates community in the classroom.  I plan to use question break-outs and discussion groups to discuss various learning outcomes in the course.  At the beginning of the term, I provided an example of a mini-breakout where students discuss what Marketing means to them more… »

  • Challenge 1 : Create a welcoming accessibility statement
    by Charlotte Delouche (@cdelouche)

    I decided to do the first challenge, which is creating a welcoming accessibility statement. Here is the accessibility statement: Welcome to [course name]. I am committed to create an environment where all students feel valued and supported. If you encounter any difficulties during your learning or participation, please do not hesitate to contact me at more… »

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