UDL for Adult Learners: Guidelines and Strategies

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“The best thing about Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is that it keeps the rigor of content and standards, but allows for flexibility in the way learners come to their own understanding of the material,” says Jason Marshall of YouthBuild USA. Adult Learning Blog Educators Entrepreneurs

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Design Thinking Process and UDL Planning Tool for STEM, STEAM, Maker Education

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Final Reflection: Learners reflect on the process in a way that works best for them – blogs, photo essays, video recording, podcast, sketchnotes, illustrated ebook. Universal Design for Learning® (UDL). UDL was designed to reduce the barriers to the curriculum and maximize learning.

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Tools of the Trade

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Working under the motto, “Until learning has no limits,” and co-founded by Lecturer David Rose , CAST developed the concept of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), which drives much of today’s theory around the different ways students learn. UDL really aims to focus on the goal, which is to help learners become expert learners,” says David Gordon, CAST’s director of publishing and communications. UDL Book Builder. UDL Curriculum Toolkit. UDL Guidelines.

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Multiple Choice

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One of the key elements of the curriculum-design approach known as Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is student engagement — creating opportunities for students to become engaged and stay motivated, to believe that what they’re learning is important, and to feel capable in their learning. Fostering engagement — knowing your students, knowing how to make the material sing to them — is where the art of teaching is on full display, says author Katie Novak in UDL Now! , In UDL Now!,

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Learner Variability: The Why of Personalized Learning from Tom Driscoll

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Much of this overlaps with Universal Design for Learning (UDL). The UDL framework and associated guidelines help educators “address the predictable variability in learning that we know will be present in any environment.” Blog Featured Personalized Learning Tom Driscoll

A Back-to-School, Personalized Learning Toolkit

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4) Blog—Five Steps to Differentiated Instruction In this blog, we take a deep dive into differentiated instruction by laying out five steps to get you started. In this blog post we provide an in-depth analysis of UDL and why more teachers are considering this option for their classroom.