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Senate Briefing: December 2, 2010

Resources From the Briefing

Thank you for visiting the National Center on Universal Design for Learning. Here you’ll find more information about the learning tools and resources presented at the Briefing.

Information about Universal Design for Learning (UDL)


Advocacy Toolkit

We’ve also assembled a multimedia toolkit of materials to help you better understand and explain UDL.

Articles, Publications, and Statements

Read an ArticleGetting from Here to There

This article draws playful and important parallels as it explores the features of the GPS through the lens of the UDL guidelines.

Read an ArticleNEA Policy Brief: UDL

The National Education Association provides an overview of the UDL framework and ways in which UDL can help teachers better reach and teach all learners. Citation

Visit this LinkA Parent Guide to UDL

This Parent Advocacy Brief from the National Center on Learning Disabilities will help parents learn the basics about the UDL approach and offers helpful tips for talking with your school about it.

Visit this LinkOSEP UDL Toolkit

A comprehensive toolkit that offers resources for UDL implementation.

Visit this LinkCAST UDL Recommendations for Common Core Standards

CAST has recommended a number of changes to the draft Common Core Standards for K-12 English language arts and mathematics (released March 10, 2010).

Legislative Activity

Visit this Link UDL Legislation in Maryland

A UDL bill passes in Maryland establishing a taskforce that will make recommendations for UDL implementation.

Video

Watch a Video UDL at a Glance

A short YouTube video created by CAST illustrates the three principles of Universal Design for Learning.

Watch a VideoVideo Series: UDL Guidelines in Practice

This suite of videos was created to give examples of what UDL looks like in a classroom. Examples range from Grade 1 to Grade 6.

Last Updated: 10/17/2013

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