Why you should apply Universal Design for Learning in online courses

Imagine that you want to run a marathon. You need comfortable shoes to support a proper running form, so you go into the store to find the perfect pair. However, the store only carries a men’s size 10.5 with no extra cushioning. They’re the same model, color and have the same manufacturer!

In the real world, you can’t run a marathon in ill-fitting shoes. That’s why the thought of having only one choice is ludicrous.

Outside of specialized stores, the one-size-fits-all model can be found everywhere around us. Unfortunately, this also applies to education. Each person is different, and they learn at different paces through different strategies and mediums.

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