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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in an Era of Virtual Learning

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With the ever-increasing use of online learning in K-12 education, it is critically important for teachers to vary instruction to meet the wide range of individual learning styles and student diversity, whether teaching a class remotely or in person. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) makes instruction—whether in-person or virtual—more accessible for all students and it can help teachers overcome challenges that come with remote teaching and learning. 

This quick-reference laminated guide provides an overview of UDL and recommends UDL strategies for providing multiple means of representation, multiple means of expression, and multiple means of engagement for students in grades K-12 who are learning entirely virtually, in a hybrid model, or in-person. It lists best practices for incorporating UDL in English Language Arts and Mathematics, presents a UDL planning framework, and discusses other frameworks that support UDL in the classroom.

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