Universal Design for Learning Framework

The Universal Design for Learning framework is a more recent approach to instructional design. With the rise in Internet-enabled platforms, K-12 classroom educators are now paying attention to how they teach online, whether partially (as in blended learning) or fully (as in online learning). Using the Universal Design for Learning framework to design learning experiences is not for only special needs, IEP students, or online learners, but instead benefits all learners.

The UDL framework designs learning experiences for all learners, not just those with special needs. #edchat
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Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

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