As a framework, UDL requires educators to think proactively about the variability of all learners. In consideration of the UDL Critical Elements, educators implementing UDL should use a backwards design instructional process that incorporates the following five steps.
1: Establish Clear Outcomes
2: Anticipate Learner Variability
3: Measurable Outcomes and Assessment Plan
4: Instructional Experience
5: Reflection and New Understanding
The Universal Design for Learning Implementation and Research Network (UDL-IRN) is a grassroots organization that supports the scaled implementation and research related to Universal Design for Learning. You can download the PDF of this UDL Instructional Process on this site.
Via Kathleen McClaskey, Dennis Richards, Smaragda Papadopoulou, Bryan Dean