- Active Learning and Flipped Classroom
- Assessing Student Learning
- Developing Presence in the Classroom
- First Day of Class Tips
- Grading Student Work
- Growth Mindset
- Inclusive Teaching
- Open Educational Resources
- Providing Feedback for Students
- Responding to Difficult Moments in the Classroom
- Student Engagement with Texts
- Teaching Resources
- Teaching Students with Disabilities
- Teaching with Technology
- Transparency in Learning and Teaching
- Writing Across the Disciplines
- Who is the LBCC Student?
- Undocumented and DACA Resources
- Universal Design
Learning Innovation Teaching Resources
Linn Benton Community College’s Center for Accessibility Resources (CFAR) defines Universal Design for Learning as a framework for teaching and learning that includes proactive planning of curricula which does not assume a one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, UDL takes into account the diversity of all learners and structures the classroom to combat the barriers students face.
For an extensive look into what UDL looks like, how to implement it in the classroom, and other helpful resources for accessibility in the classroom, see CFAR’s resources on UDL.