Universal Design for Learning: Strategies Principals Can Employ in Their Schools

Katzel, Amy; Richards, Curtis
March 2013
Principal's Research Review;Mar2013, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the learning strategy called universal design for learning (UDL). It states that the use of UDL means providing flexible ways for students to show their skills and receive information. It mentions that UDL strategies include class climate filled with respect, interaction between teachers and students, use of technology, feedback, catering to the needs of students which are not met by instructional design and teachers focusing on strength of each student.


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