• M. Kovack

Why we Need to be Aware of the Margins

Last week, I asked my students to demonstrate what they have been learning about Universal Design for Learning, Dyslexia, and DLD using the form of representation that inspires them the most. I was delighted to see so much creativity! Some students submitted illustrations, some submitted mind maps, and one student submitted a fabulous Prezi (which I have never been able to master ;). There were so many creative and thoughtful representations of their learning! Below, I have shared a work of art (from a student who has dyslexia), a podcast, and a magnificent poem. Enjoy their brilliance! These are some of Manitoba's future K-4 teachers!

  1. Work of Art:

Meyer, Roylynn. (2020). English Language Arts Methods (EY) Module 5 Reflection. Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba. (Shared with permission)


2. Podcast: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6Y2nbSRV2tY

Quadrelli, Cassie. (2020). English Language Arts Methods (EY) Module 5 Reflection. Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba. (Shared with permission)


3. Poem:

Wieler, Jada. (2020). English Language Arts Methods (EY) Module 5 Reflection. Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba. (Shared with permission)

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