Today is the official launch of my newest book UDL and Blended Learning: Thriving in Flexible Learning Landscapes! I had the pleasure of collaborating with Dr. Katie Novak on this project. We combined our expertise on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and blended learning to write a book designed to help teachers develop a mindset, skillset, and toolset that allows them to thrive no matter the educational setting–in class, online, or a blend of the two. Explore how you can universally design blended learning to remove barriers, provide firm goals with flexible pathways, and cultivate expert learners who are motivated, resourceful, and strategic!

Katie and I asked educators to submit their questions about the book! Below we answer some of your questions!

A Quick Introduction to the Book

You can listen to my podcast conversation with Katie about Universal Design for Learning here!

How Do I Make Station Rotations Work With UDL and Blended Learning?

If you want to learn more about the Station Rotation Model, here are a collection of blogs I’ve written about it!

How To Get Your Team Onboard with UDL and Blended Learning?

Looking for a book study title for your staff?

Each chapter of the book ends with a summarize, reflect, and discuss section perfect for a book study! If you are looking for a summer book club title for your staff, you can submit a request for a bulk order (10+ copies) using this form!

If you have questions, you can post them here, reach out on Twitter, or send me a message on Instagram!

5 Responses

  1. I’m all in philosophically. Will this book help me figure out how to do this in my single classroom?

    • Hi Kerri,

      Katie and I focused on telling stories and sharing strategies and concrete examples! I generally focus on strategies and resources in my work. I like to take ideas and explain how to put them into practice, so I think you’ll find it does more than “make a case” for UDL + blended learning. Our goal was to help teachers understand how to design and facilitate learning using UDL and blended learning!

      Catlin

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