Accessibility, LLN, personalised learning and flipped classrooms

¬†Some thinking is starting to come together in lava-lamp like clumps for me about accessibility, LLN, personalised learning and flipped classrooms and where good practice in these areas overlap. Accessibility is about provide equal access to online experiences regardless of ability. Like universal design in buildings where wheel chair ramps are also great for people with prams or temporary disabilities using crutches, thinking about making content accessible to the most people possible opens a lot…

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Relevance, Accessibility and LLN

I spent a week creating two really lovely, pretty shiny learning objects that are irrelevant. Don’t let this happen to you! Accessibility – ensuring content is Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust. Zooming in on the U part of that and considering the cross over of supporting learners to upskill Language Literacy and Numeracy skills has been a big part of my thinking and reading as of late. It should be. There are some surprising statistics…

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