Lost in Interpretation: Making Space for Dialect Differences in the Classroom
As you prepare your next asynchronous lecture, you set up your laptop on an appropriately sized delivery service box for the best camera angle, turn on the ring light, click start on the extension that embeds your webcam, and press record. You did your best to incorporate engagement, representation, and action and expression into your lecture. You used closed captioning for students who cannot hear or listen to the audio. That is, you incorporated principles of universal design for learning. Your lectures should be accessible to and for everyone.