This toolkit was made possible by the generous support of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Jessie B. Cox Charitable Trust, and the Fund for Nonprofit Partnerships in the Boston Public Schools.
What is the PAL Toolkit?
Planning for All Learners (PAL) applies UDL to planning and developing curricula in ways that promote access, participation, and progress in the general education curriculum for all learners. The PAL Toolkit provides specific planning steps, guidance, mentoring, model lessons, tools, templates, resources, and links to other educators using the PAL Model.
The PAL Toolkit can be used as part of a face-to-face training session, to provide ongoing follow-up support, or to train others.
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What Can I Do Here?
- Learn about UDL and PAL concepts
- Practice applying PAL with templates, tutorials and tools
- Find UDL/PAL resources to use in the classroom or in a teacher workshop
- See how others have applied PAL in the classroom
What Does The Toolkit Include?
The steps and key UDL-based concepts of this toolkit. They tell you what to do and how to do it.
Classroom applications of the toolkit and guidance in applying UDL in your classroom. Examples may include case stories, model instructional units, and/or model lessons.
Further information, tools, templates, and related materials via online links and downloads.
Connects you with others engaged in related work.