Paul Hamilton has created a new website that focuses on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). To quote his intro:
"This site hosts information about Universal Design for Learning, and shares free and low-cost digital tools that facilitate a UDL approach to learning, as well as tools to support learners with access challenges."
You will find information on UDL, a section on access as well as sections on representation, expression and engagement (the cornerposts of UDL), and handouts. This website is a work in progress, so be sure to return periodically to look for new ideas!
"These UDL Guidelines and checkpoints can assist educators in designing flexible lessons and curricula that reduce barriers to learning and provide innovative and supportive learning to meet the needs of all learners..."
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