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Universal Design for Learning (Maryland Learning Links)

Description:

For many educators, applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles is viewed as a philosophical approach for designing curriculum, shaping instruction, selecting instructional materials/technology, and developing assessments that provide greater access to learning for all students. Designing curriculum and instruction for diverse learners using the principles of UDL at the outset enhances the classroom environment and requires less retrofitting and adaptation by classroom teachers.

Tag(s): ADD/ADHD Assistive Technology Autism Spectrum Disorder Curriculum/Instructional Methods Deaf-Blind Developmental Delay Elementary Emotional Disabilities Hearing Impairment High School History/Social Science Intellectual Disabilities Learning Disability Literacy Math Middle School Mild/Moderate Disabilities Multiple Disabilities Other Health Impairment Speech/Language Impairment Traumatic Brain Injury Vision Impairment