Leading thinkers, researchers, and education practitioners discuss learning and human variability via video, audio, and the written word. Read more at Conversations in Multiple Media.
Learners are highly variable, but that variation is not chaotic. Learners share common, predictable patterns of variability that are very useful to consider when designing educational environments. Read more from this new book by Anne Meyer, David H. Rose, and David Gordon: udltheorypractice.cast.org
UDL On Campus offers resources geared toward multiple stakeholders in postsecondary institutions to help them improve learning opportunities, retention, and outcomes.
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Learn more about the basic concepts of UDL and access the UDL Guidelines.
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Last Updated: 06/18/2015
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