Universal Design for learning started 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 the way they operate in the classroom.
A plan is a good thing. Having an idea of where you want to go, where you want to be and how you get there makes for an easier journey to parts unknown. UDL can be implemented at the classroom, school or district levels.
Want to try something new? Maybe you’re looking for a new spin on something that you have been doing in the classroom for years. The strategy gallery is a collection of classroom activities big and small that fit well in your UDL classroom.