Universal Design for Learning: The Intersection of Flexibility and Specificity

Universal Design for Learning is a framework for optimizing the development of learning materials and learning design utilizing lessons learned through neuro, cognitive, and behavioral sciences. At its core lie three principles: multiple means of Representation, Action/Expression, and Engagement. This article will dive into Representation.

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