UDL-SICC Full Criteria
The Universal Design for Learning School Implementation and Certification Criteria (UDL-SICC) defines high-quality, schoolwide, UDL implementation.
The UDL-SICC Full Criteria document provides a comprehensive description of the SICC. The UDL-SICC is built around four domains; School Culture and Environment, Teaching and Learning, Leadership and Management, and Professional Learning. They provide an organizational structure for thinking about schoolwide UDL implementation. Each domain is defined by its four elements, which guide implementation and are measured during certification. It includes grounding information about the criteria organization and structure, and provides detailed information, by domain, for all elements. Each element is defined by intent, indicator, and level.
- Intent describes the purpose behind the element and its significance to school-wide UDL implementation.
- Indicators define and set the standard for full implementation of each element, and are used to monitor progress toward implementation.
- Levels describe the continuum of practices that improve implementation, leading to certification of the element.
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July 12, 2021