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Reaching and Teaching All Students With UDL

By Educators Team at Understood

Understood's resources for educators are backed by research, vetted by experts, and reviewed by classroom teachers.

Understood's resources for educators are backed by research, vetted by experts, and reviewed by classroom teachers.

Wondering how you can better reach and teach all of your students in a virtual, physical, or blended learning environment? Planning with Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can help make learning engaging and accessible to all students. Discover how to use UDL to plan lessons and reduce barriers to learning. Get started with these five articles.

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    Universal Design for Learning (UDL): A Teacher’s Guide

    Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework developed by CAST, an Understood founding partne…

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    How to Break Down Barriers to Learning With UDL

    When you plan a road trip, you know you might run into detours or roadblocks that get in the way of …

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    Lesson Planning With Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

    Finding the time to adapt lessons to meet the needs of every student can be a daunting task. Lesson …

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    Online Assignments: Best Practices for Teachers to Use With Students

    With schools closing due to the coronavirus pandemic, many teachers are quickly looking for ways t…

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    Distance Learning: 6 UDL Best Practices for Online Learning

    Many schools are closing their doors and moving to distance learning because of the coronavirus. T…

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