Welcome to Episode 82: Finding a Way to Learn and Teach With Universal Design in Learning;
Brainy Thing: 19:55 Behind the Redwood Curtain: 29:10
What We’re Learning from Our Knitting
Margaret calls for emergency help from Catherine to help her figure out a supposedly invisible repair (Knit Freedom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXD3TdbpDbM; Kate Atherly in Knitty 2006 http://knitty.com/ISSUEspring06/FEATrepairs101.html;
Rina Crochet’s book Flawless Knit Repair 19 pages of gold, I’m guessing, used for $99 ) of her Multnomah Shawl by Shawl repair
The shawl design is Multnomah by Kate Ray. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/multnomah
Recommended by Chrissy the Great https://www.ravelry.com/people/chrissythegreat formerly of the Manic Purl audio Podcast and currently (well, currently in a break from ) Snappy Stitches video podcast.
Purl soho has picture tutorial of duplicate stitches initials on a cap using the “A”s and not the “V”s of the knit stitch.
Margaret explores a comprehensive approach to learning and teaching in the Universal Design for Learning method. http://www.udlcenter.org/aboutudl/whatisudl/3principles
Behind the Redwood Curtain
Want a dog park, spectacular views of the Pacific. an eco preserve of a coastal forest, paths in the woods where you won’t get lost? Try Hiller Park in McKinleyville. http://mckinleyvillecsd.com/hiller-park
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In today’s episode of Teaching Your Brain to Knit, we explore Universal Design for Learning to help us learn and teach from a more comprehensive approach, we put our brains together to mend a shawl using what we’re calling the duplicate stitch/weave method, and Catherine reports how Hiller Park in McKinleyville serves many needs from dog park to eco preserve of a coastal forest.