Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Toolkit

Universal Design for Learning is a framework based on research on how the brain learns. The framework focuses its principles on how students absorb information, motivate learning and express understanding.

Flowchart outlining Universal Design principles for learning
Source: Center for Pedagogical Innovation

In this series, take a deeper dive into the Universal Design for Learning Principles. Learn what things you can incorporate to your class to provide multiple ways for your students to learn and understand class concepts and content.

What is UDL?

Learn more about the practices behind Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how you might consider implementing them into your teaching. Learn more about UDL principles ยป

UDL Teaching ToolKit

Student Disability Services has a resource with valuable information about UDL and teaching. Learn more by accessing the UDL Teaching ToolKit

Multiple Means of Engagement

For purposeful, motivated learners, stimulate interest and motivation for learning.

Multiple Means of Representation

For resourceful, knowledgeable learners, present information and content in different ways.

Multiple Means of Action & Expression

For strategic, goal-directed learners, differentiate the ways that students can express what they know.