UDL in Distance Learning: Meeting Each Learner’s Variability

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is simply “a way of thinking about teaching and learning that helps provide all students with an equal opportunity to succeed.” And, while all students can and do benefit from its multi-modal focus and use in the classroom, this is especially true for students who learn differently. That’s because UDL is based on flexibility and an understanding of each learner’s variability. It’s been effective in many schools nationwide.