Universal Design For Learning
What is Universal Design for Learning?
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that fosters inclusive, equal opportunities for learning. It seeks to address the common barrier of “one-size-fits-all” environments and curricula in education. UDL is designed to create goals, methods, materials, and assessment that allow customizable education to adjust for individual needs. This customizable, flexible education is based on a foundation of three principles that allow educators to vary methods of teaching in ways that appeal to a multitude of learners, including those with sensory, learning, attention, and communication differences.
Three Principles of UDL
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Coordinator: Dr. A Nicole Pfannenstiel