This article offers practical strategies for creating an educational environment that embraces the ideas of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL is a research based framework that provides more flexible and broad learning options to give all students, especially those with disabilities, access to important learning experiences. The author offers teaching strategies with varied examples, such as targeted classroom talk and student choice.
This article is a worthwhile read for any education stakeholder developing classroom curriculum and instruction or designing learning experiences for students. The strategies presented can be used immediately to engage, support, and challenge students with a wide range of learning needs within the same classroom.
Source Organization: ASCD