How UDL can lift learning for every student

Dive Brief: Universal design for learning, or UDL, is an approach to curriculum planning that ensures lessons and learning spaces work for all students based on their specific needs. Materials, and the way they are taught, focus on the space and not the student, says an article in Education Week . Shifts in adopting this style of learning can be small at the

UDL may sound daunting at first. How does one know that materials designed for vision-impaired students also work for those who are color-blind? Or assignments designed for students with dysgraphia also work for those with an auditory processing disorder? But curriculum designers do not need to be experts in UDL to begin implementing these options. [ Read more…]

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