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Looking at Universal Design for Learning
In education, UDL is the design of “instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments that work for everyone—not a single, one-size-fits-all solution but rather flexible approaches that can be customized and adjusted for individual needs” (
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What is Universal Design for Learning?
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Universal Design for Learning
at the University of Washington has developed
for incorporating Universal Design into instructional practices, including multiple items under each of these main categories:
Adopt practices that reflect high values with respect to both diversity and inclusiveness.
Encourage regular and effective interactions between students and the instructor and ensure that communication methods are accessible to all participants.
Ensure that facilities, activities, materials, and equipment are physically accessible to and usable by all students, and that all potential student characteristics are addressed in safety considerations.
Use multiple, accessible instructional methods that are accessible to all learners.
Information Resources and Technology:
Ensure that course materials, notes, and other information resources are engaging, flexible, and accessible for all students.
Provide specific feedback on a regular basis.
Regularly assess student progress using multiple accessible methods and tools, and adjust instruction accordingly.
Plan for accommodations for students whose needs are not met by the instructional design.
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