Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

For anyone looking to learn more about UDL, the the UDL Center is an incredible resource. UDL, or Universal Design for Learning, is essentially a set of three guiding principles that offer a framework for developing curriculum that meets the needs of all students. Ranging from research data to teacher friendly examples of implementation and a state by state breakdown of UDL activity, this site is extensive, fairly easy to navigate, and is an overall fantastic tool for someone looking to bring UDL into their classroom.
Below is an image found on the UDL Center’s website that summarizes UDL’s three principles and their functions:


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