Research on UDL Implementation
How can we apply UDL effectively to design effective and inclusive educational environments? UDL researchers address this question in varied ways and examine how UDL can be applied in a range of settings, K12 and higher education.
Researchers have examined how UDL can create flexible and engaging environments, support inclusion, address learner variability and be applied to various tools and technology-based environments. The research articles database allows you to search for articles on UDL research.
The UDL Reporting Criteria are a tool that can be used by researchers and practitioners to design UDL based studies and report on them. The tool provides a set of criteria for what to consider when designing and reporting on a UDL-based practice or intervention.
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Save the date for the inaugural UDL in Higher Education Digicon 2019! October 18th, 2019read more
Invitation to the 2019 Southeast Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (SETESOL) Regional Conference
The members of the Sunshine State TESOL (SSTESOL) Conference team are excited to announce that the 2019 Southeast Regional TESOL conference, hosted by the SSTESOL of Florida, will take place from November 6 – 9, 2019 in Orlando, FL. The Call for Presentation Proposal,...read more
Design Thinking and Universal Design for Learning as a way to Combat Unwanted Behavior in the Classroom
Cassandra L. Hunt M.Ed. Doctoral Student, University of Kansas Design Thinking (DT) is a five-stage humanistic approach to solving real-world problems that revolves around a deep interest in developing an understanding of the people for whom we are designing. These...read more