Universal Design for learning emerged 10 years ago as a barrier-free approach to teaching and learning. Educators that have included it in their practice have shared that it has revolutionized their teaching practice.
Having a clear plan of where you want to go, what you need to get there, and how you know you’ve arrived will ensure UDL implementation at the classroom, school or district level is an easy and enjoyable journey.
Ready to try something new? Perhaps you’re seeking a new approach to a favourite teaching strategy or maybe an entirely new learning activity. Visit the collection of classroom activities in the strategy gallery.
Course objectives and Course Outline
UDL Overview and Core Principles
Collaboration and Planning Tools
UDL Implementation Strategies
Variety of Teaching Strategies
Assessment in the UDL Classroom
UDL Complementary Classroom Approaches
“Remember to start from strength.” Leyton Schnellert Learning is a social enterprise and classrooms can be rich environments for socially constructed learning. Students learn with and from each other. Consequently, the unique makeup of each class determines the…
How do you motivate students to learn in the classroom? The answer may be simpler than you might think. Provide choice. When students have a choice of how to learn new material or how to represent…