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The key to helping all students achieve is identifying and removing barriers from our teaching methods and curriculum materials. One effective way to do this is to expand your teaching toolbox with digital media and software. To accommodate a broad spectrum of learners, universally designed curricula require a range of options for accessing, using, and engaging with learning materials. The materials themselves, as well as the teaching approaches, need to be sufficiently flexible to support varied pathways towards common learning goals.

Building digital content and tools into your curriculum can help you provide the necessary flexibility to reach diverse learners.

The UDL Solutions Finder Tutorial gives you practice in applying CAST's three UDL principles to expand learning options for students.

The UDL Solutions Finder Tool structures you in using the three UDL principles to derive UDL solutions to barriers in your curriculum.

The Deriving UDL Solutions Template is a downloadable template you can use on screen or in print to develop UDL solutions for your classroom.

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