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April 9 2022, 5:15 – 10:15am

This workshop will be reserved for group presentations and feedback.

Handouts, Slides, Recordings

Session 6: Summary & Recordings

Slides: In preparation for the group presentations ins session 6 and 7 I shared a presentation and feedback template: Feedback-Handout-AUW-Session6 Template-Prep-Session6 Guest Speakers: Session 6 started out with a guest speaker: Laurie Underwood shared wonderful, actionable advice on how to … Continued

Guest Speakers

5:15am EDT

Laurie Underwood is a well known public speaker within the SE-Asian scene. TEDx, AmCham, The Economist Unit, Women in Business, Rotary Clubs. A corporate background in crisis management + PR.

7:30am EDT

Lesley-Ann Noel  has a BA in Industrial Design from the Universidade Federal do Paraná, in Curitiba, Brazil. She has a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago. She earned her PhD in Design from North Carolina State University in 2018. Lesley-Ann practices design through emancipatory, critical and anti-hegemonic lenses,  focusing on equity, social justice and the experiences of people who are often excluded from design research.


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Education Week. (2017, April 19). What is “transfer of learning” and how does it help students? [Video]. YouTube.

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Cast (2018). UDL Guidelines

Student Summaries:

  • Summarize the projects presented in today’s session and the feedback that was given.
  • Summarize the guest lecture and discussion.