This is yet another new series that we are excited to introduce to you – Universal Design for Learning (UDL). The first 4 posts in this series will introduce you to UDL, its 3 tenets, and offer specific examples that you can apply in your own classroom today.
Before we start, think about this question: What have you noticed about learner diversity in your classrooms? What have you had to do to accommodate your students’ different needs and preferences? You can approach this in terms of learning preferences, gender make up, cultural background, English speaking abilities, disabilities, and so on.