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What is Universal Design for Learning?
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Multiple Means of Representation
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Universal Design for Learning
(UDL) is an educational approach to teaching, learning, and assessment that guides instructors to reach and teach
learners by utilizing flexible instructional materials, techniques, and strategies.
"A universally designed curriculum is designed from the outset to meet the needs of the greatest number of users, making costly, time-consuming, and after-the-fact changes to curriculum unnecessary"
(Center for Applied Special Technologies,
primary principles based on brain and learning research
Multiple means of representation
- the "
" of learning with varied ways that new information can be presented to students.
Multiple means of expression
- the "
" of learning with different ways that learners can navigate a learning environment and demonstrate their mastery.
Multiple means of engagement
- the "
" of learning with the many ways that students can be engaged in their learning and motivated to learn.
Universal Design for Learning Guidelines version 1.0
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