Earn Your UDL Associate Level 1 Credential

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Strengthen and demonstrate your abilities to design and implement inclusive and equitable learning strategies for ALL students.

Earn your Level 1 UDL Associate Credential to demonstrate your understanding of why UDL is so essential in today’s learning environments. Prove you are proactively designing for learner variability so ALL your learners have the opportunity to succeed. 

The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) credential is “competency-based,” meaning you have the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge and skills without a specific learning pathway requirement or a specific course. You also have free access to the Mini-course: UDL Associate Credential – Level 1 which is directly aligned to this Level 1 UDL credential. Any time, when you possess the required knowledge outlined in the rubric, you can move directly to the assessment.

Learn more about these opportunities and other free resources at Learning Designed.

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