Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that can guide your instructional practice that recognizes the variability of learners to make learning accessible. In this series, you will be introduced to UDL, then dig into the three UDL principles of engagement, representation, and action and expression. Time will be included to develop a lesson, project or plan for intentional class time that promotes resourceful and knowledgeable students.
11/5: UDL & Engagement: The Why
11/19: UDL & Representation: The What
12/3: UDL Action & Expression: The How
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