How universal design makes learning more accessible

05/14/2013 | MiddleWeb

Universal Design for Learning is a tool that teachers can incorporate into their instruction to help students of all abilities access curriculum, special-education teacher Elizabeth Stein writes in this blog post. Using the three tenets of UDL -- flexibility in representation, expression and engagement -- Stein offers examples of low-tech, natural ways educators can use UDL in their lessons.

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