March 27-29 in Orlando, FL
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Friday, March 29 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Breaking down the myth of average in the land down under – soft peaks to softball

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Inspired by adjustable aircraft seats (Rose, 2013), dinner parties (Novak, 2016) and bowling (Moore,2016) we created a UDL analogy using the familiar process of making a meringue. We further explored how the key messages from that analogy could be applied to lesson design from the Australian Curriculum - Health and Physical Education. The process of developing these videos highlighted the importance of having a clearly articulated ‘big idea’ (Wiggins, McTighe, 2005) so that designing for multiple means of engagement, representation and action did not result in a detour from the intended learning outcome.


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Janice Atkin

Co-Founder, Inclusive Schools Australia
Janice Atkin is the co-founder of Inclusive Schools Australia. She is a curriculum specialist in Health and Physical Education with a passion and commitment to inclusive education. Her curriculum development projects include the development of Health and Physical Education curriculum... Read More →
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Sarah Humphreys

Co-Founder, Inclusive Schools Australia
Sarah Humphreys is the co-founder of Inclusive Schools Australia, a collaboration bringing disability and curriculum expertise together to ensure all students have equal opportunities to reach their full potential. Universal design for learning has become a key feature of her work... Read More →

Friday March 29, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm EDT
Space Coast I-II

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