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UDL Flowchart – Moving Beyond Choice

At a glance, it is easy to interpret the three principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) for what they are: offering options to students. It seems like a simple feat. But offering choice is just skimming the surface of full-scaled UDL implementation.

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Provide multiple means of engagement. Provide multiple means of representation. Provide multiple means of action and expression. At a glance, it is easy to interpret the three principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) for what they are: offering options to students. It seems like a simple feat.

But offering choice is just skimming the surface of full-scaled UDL implementation. When UDL is done well, its efforts result in expert learners: students who are purposeful and motivated, resourceful and knowledgable, strategic and goal directed. When you examine this – the end goal of UDL – it’s clear that you will need to go far beyond offering choice in order to fully implement UDL in your classroom.

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Katie Novak

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Novak Education Consulting

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Implementation
Professional Development

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Engagement
Goal Attainment

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Document

Teaching Practices:

Planning for Learner Variability
Goal Setting
Flexible Materials
Flexible Methods
Progress Monitoring & Data Collection

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Posted date:

November 11, 2019
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UDL Flowchart
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Comments

What a great just in time and easy to implement resource!  Thank you for sharing!