Universal Design of Instruction in Elementary and Secondary Education
This section of the Center for UDE website includes information on the application of universal design to instruction, including to curriculum and assessment.
- Universal Design of Instruction: Definition, Principles, and Examples - universal design principles applied to curriculum, educational technology, teaching strategies, and classroom activities.
- Curriculum Access in the Digital Age - how new technology-based strategies offer hope that students of all abilities will have the opportunity to thrive in school.
- Assistive Technology, Universal Design, Universal Design for Learning: Improved Learning Opportunities - technology-enhanced learning that is accessible to all students.
- A Curriculum Every Student Can Use: Design Principles for Student Access - the design of instructional materials and methods that makes learning goals achievable.
- Curriculum Access and Universal Design for Learning - overview of definition, applications, and resources related to the universal design for learning.
- Universal Design in Action - how technology tools can be designed so that they are accessible to all students.
- Universal Design for Learning: Meeting the Needs of All Students - how to apply universal design to maximize the learning of all students.
- Universal Design for Learning: Reaching All, Teaching All - applying universal design to learning environments.
- Differentiated Instruction and Implications for UDL Implementation - definitions of differentiated instruction and Universal Design for Learning, a sampling of considerations and curriculum applications, and research evidence for effectiveness.
- Universal Design of Distance Learning - a collection of resources for making distance learning courses accessible to all students and instructors.
- Universal Design as a Topic of Instruction - ideas for building universal design into a curriculum.
- Universal Design of Assessment - how universal design can be applied to assessment instruments and procedures.