Equity, inclusion and universal design for learning (UDL) for educators
Equity In Mind is a community space for every educator to learn and share more about diversity, equity, inclusion, and Universal Design for Learning.
Everyday, everywhere, everyone.
Equity in Mind was created to offer a community space for educators to find and share information, good practices, and resources that can support diversity, equity, and inclusive education. With learner variability at the centre of our thinking we can begin to plan and deliver equitable learning and teaching everyday, everywhere, and for everyone.
Equity In Mind explores UDL as one framework to support this journey, sharing insights, expert knowledge and resources in the area of equity, inclusion and UDL.
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Follow me and Twitter where I share thoughts, resources and information on all things inclusion. Join me on the first Thursday of every month for my UDL chat #UDLchatIE. This is perfect for everyone interested in learning and sharing about UDL and all things inclusion.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Season 2 out April 2023. Be sure to follow me on twitter to hear about podcast episodes.
“The term inclusion has become a barrier to inclusion. We need to move to a mindset of diversities.”
—Dr. Tim O’Brien (UCL)
From the blog
Free UDL resources
Free UDL resources We all like to learn in different ways but often don’t have the time to go looking for that something that suits us; in terms of time, engagement, and content. So each month let’s share what’s engaging us in our learning. It can be a book, blog, paper, podcast, Twitter chat, video-…
Talking about all things inclusion. The podcast is here.
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I believe in magic
So you may think this is a strange title for a blog entry about inclusion. I promise you it’s not but I will be talking about magic! Magic in all it’s wonder and glory because I am believer. I believe there are magical moments in everyday and we just have to stop and look to…