Universal Design for Learning: Multiple Means of Action & Expression

Finding your way through a learning path can be challenging, as we all differ in the way we approach learning. On top of that, expressing what we have learned might not be an easy endeavour for all of us. Language barriers, lack of organizational abilities, fear of public speaking or even movement impairments can hinder how we tackle a learning task — as such, providing options for action and expression is crucial for a learning program that wants to reach its entire audience. After discussing the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles in one of my previous articles, I would like to expand on the Multiple Means of Action & Expression guideline of UDL and how it can be put into action. Multiple Means of Action & Expression

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