Universal Design for Learning is an approach to creating flexible curricula for today’s diverse classrooms. Teachers who have embraced its principles report that UDL has revolutionized their teaching practice and their students’ engagement.
UDL uses a unique approach to curriculum planning that always considers the diverse needs of students at the planning stage. Learn more from BC educators who have successfully implemented the basic tenets of UDL planning.
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Course Objectives and Outline
Learn About UDL
Start with the Students
Plan Goals and Assessments
Apply the UDL Guidelines
Extend Your Thinking
“Learning is a team sport.” Jennifer Katz Safety is a precondition for learning – classrooms must be physically and emotionally safe places for students. Educators can work together with students to create a caring and respectful…
The redesigned BC curriculum is built around core competencies and big ideas, which makes it easier to implement a UDL goal-based approach. Just as in UDL, the big ideas are separate from any particular method or…