Most of us think we know what active learning is. The word engagement quickly comes to mind. Or, we describe what it isn’t: passive learning.
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Bringing Theories to Practice: Universal Design Principles and the Use of Social Annotation to Support Neurodiverse Students
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Trauma-Informed Teaching: How to Be More Intentional with Course Policies, LMS, and Scaffolding Feedback
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