Inclusionary Resources Directory
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
UDL stands for Universal Design for Learning. It is an educational framework that aims to make learning accessible to all learners, regardless of their backgrounds, abilities, or disabilities. UDL is based on the idea that every student learns differently, and that teaching should be flexible and adaptable to meet the diverse needs of learners.
UDL provides educators with a set of principles and guidelines for designing and delivering instruction that is inclusive and accessible.
Presented by Shelley Moore and Katie Novak, this video talks about what is the correct amount of choices students should be offered to complete tasks
Listen to Dr. Cyndi Caniglia clarify common misconceptions and implementation barriers associated with Universal Design for Learning in the classroom. Furthermore, learn about how Universal
Hear from Dr. Don McMahon briefly discuss and explain the Universal Design for Learning guidelines. In this video, you will learn about the structure of
Learn the basics of Universal Design for Learning in the context of Pre-K education. In this video, you will be provided with detailed information about
Connections To Other Practices
In partnership with OSPI, CSTP and 2021 Washington Teacher of the Year, Brooke Brown, moderated a discussion and Q&A with Dr. Adeyemi Stembridge, author and
Listen to Dr. Cyndi Caniglia describe the connections between High Leverage practices and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). In this video, you will specifically learn
Universal Design for Learning, Assistive Technology, and Instructional Technology are three distinct topics that sometimes can get confusing or misused. These three topics also have