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7 Things You Should Know about Universal Design for Learning

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Janet Gronneberg and Sam Johnston

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Educause Learning Initiative

Date

2015

Abstract

Universal Design for Learning is a framework for the design of materials and instructional methods that are usable by a wide range of students. One aim of UDL is to provide full access to students with special needs, but it offers significant affordances for all students, allowing them to benefit from learning presented through multiple sensory avenues and a variety of conceptual frameworks. Early research about the influence of UDL is positive, showing that it improves engagement and performance among all students.

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Gronneberg, J., & Johnston, S. (2015, April 6). 7 things you should know about universal design for learning [Brief]. Educause Learning Intitiative. Retrieved from http://www.educause.edu/library/resources/7-things-you-should-know-about-universal-design-learning.

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