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  • Lynne M

    This video definitely explained that Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is simply "good teaching" and the importance of promoting active learning.  In addition,it confirmed that student performance and retention is the result of a teacher's level of interaction with his/her students.  As a former adjunct college instructor and now a secondary English teacher, I will employ the strategies regarding the principles of UDL in my classroom, so I can ensure that I reach my entire class.

  • Carol Flick

    Wow — this is a new and different CSU.  When I went there to work on my doctorate in education, there was no caring about our different learning styles and needs nor any concern about us as individuals.  I, unfortunately, did not finish my degree; mainly because I was so disillusioned with the quality of professors and their disinterest in us as students and our needs.  I like what I see and have a granddaughter who is currently attending CSU.  She loves being there.  I hope this is the kind of encouragement she is seeing in order to be successful in the 21st Century.  Thanks for making this absolutely necessary and phenomenal change.  I would go back after seeing this!

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