Introduction to inclusive teaching practices using Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
The UL campus community is becoming increasingly diverse, and the need for more inclusive practices is clear. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework we can use to intentionally design inclusive practices to break down barriers for our students and provide them with more successful and meaningful learning experiences.
UDL is based on three principles to support your students with inclusive teaching and learning practices:
We have compiled some resources and help to get you started with Universal Design for Learning. Make sure to join our UDL Community of Practice, all are welcome!
Find out more about UDL on CAST's UDL Guidelines website
Information on UDL has been compiled by Jess Beeley as part of the UDL at UL Project. This Higher Education Authority (HEA) project was funded under the Fund for Students with Disabilities (FSD). Find out more about the UDL at UL Project.