For faculty development programs we're developing, we've been working at aligning UDL, Good Learning Principles (based on Gee's 13 principles), and Canvas Tools. I'm coming up with things like the following, but am interested in seeing what others are doing in this area.
Multiple Means of Engagement, Representation, and Expression for EMPOWERED LEARNERS
CO-DESIGN strategies in Canvas
CUSTOMIZATION strategies in Canvas
IDENTITY strategies in Canvas
MANIPULATION strategies in Canvas
Multiple Means of Engagement, Representation, and Expression that support GOOD PROBLEMS
WELL-ORDERED PROBLEMS strategies in Canvas
PLEASANTLY FRUSTRATING strategies in Canvas
CYCLE OF EXPERTISE strategies in Canvas
SANDBOXES strategies in Canvas
SKILLS AS STRATEGIES strategies in Canvas
Multiple Means of Engagement, Representation, and Expression that support REVEALING SYSTEMS
SYSTEMS THINKING strategies in Canvas
MEANING AS ACTION strategies in Canvas
These are part of a larger handout here: TEiC Course Design Handouts - Google Docs
Do others have examples of work that aligns Canvas Tools with Good Learning principles?
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