How can we design learning experiences so that they are meaningful and challenging for all learners? Whether you are designing instruction for in-person classroom experiences, online synchronous experiences, remote asynchronous experiences, or anything in between and beyond, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can help us anticipate learner variability and make instruction flexible and useful for all.
UDL Tips for Designing Learning Experiences:
- Start with a clear goal.
- Encourage flexible means to achieve the goal.
- Ensure all learners can access the materials and environment.
- Make learning personally relevant.
- Promote expert learning.
CAST (2020). UDL Tips for Designing Learning Experiences. Wakefield, MA: Author. Retrieved from http://www.cast.org/publications/2020/udl-tips-designing-learning-experiences