Universal Design for Learning
The Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) defines UDL as way teachers create flexible learning environments able to accommodate individual learning differences. In this policy brief, experts from CAST and the
Office of Special Education Programs at U.S. Department of Education take a close look at the need for accessible learning materials.
Teaching Every Student
Teachers use this interactive learning environment to learn how to apply Universal Design for Learning in the classroom. Model lessons, interactive activities, tutorials, curricula resource and more are published on the site. Look for a full-text digital edition of the book, Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice, by David Gordon, David Rose and Anne Meyer (ASCD, 2014).
Guidelines for UDL
Curricula designed around the principles of UDL deliver multiple means of representation, expression and engagement.
UDL Checklist & Related Resources
Teacher-friendly resources that connect to each UDL checkpoint. Plenty of content that will help clarify UDL checkpoints coupled with ideas for learning activities.