Universal Design for Learning Visually Explained for Teachers

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May 6, 2015
Universal Design for Learning is a framework for learning that includes all students. Being grounded in socio-cultural theory, UDL views learning environments and social interactions as being key elements in development and learning. In UDL students are allowed to express their learning in a variety of ways. The key principles driving UDL include flexibility, simple and intuitive instruction, multiple means of presentation, success oriented curriculum, appropriate level of student effort, and appropriate environment for learning.

The infographic we have for you today provides an excellent explanation of what Universal Design for Learning is all about. We invite you to check it out and share with us your thoughts
“Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles designed to guide curriculum and lesson development to ensure that all individuals have equal opportunities to learn and can quickly engage with the instruction.Digital technologies, online resources, and mobile devices can be used to design flexible instruction with options to support all students in achieving the Florida Standards”
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